Taggle monitors and digitises the end-to-end water cycle
delivering data & insights to enable councils and water utilities to:
Typical Water Utility Ecosystem
Example: SA Water
Achieve timely accurate
Optimise water network
Taggle provides the end-to-end solution for the
water industry in Australia…
Data as a Service
Taggle Aqualus Suite
Software as a Service
…to achieve and demonstrate those outcomes
Aqualus Digital Water IoT Ecosystem -An open, interoperable platform
that enables digital transformation of the end-to-end water cycle.
Data that helps manage emergency situations
Boggabri is one of the towns
affected by floods
Tags coming online as flood recedes
All Tags work under water but can’t
be heard until they are not under
water (Same for all technology)
Integration to Asset Management and
Using various sensors
Generate work orders for reactive work
Feeds into Asset management solutions
Buffalo – Left, Providence – Rhode Island - Right
By choosing cities that are similar in size, and situated in similar environments, researchers can better compare city develo pment
patterns and their corresponding urban heat islands.
The researchers found that Providence has a denser development pattern than Buffalo, and a greater heat island effect.
About 83 percent of Providence is densely developed, whereas just 46 percent of Buffalo is densely developed.
Providence has surface temperatures roughly 12.2 degrees Celsius warmer than its surroundings, whereas Buffalo has surface
temperatures just 7.2 degrees Celsius warmer than its surroundings.
Heat has an impact on health
Meter store temperature hourly
Smart City - Parks
Water Allocated based on