Waste collection data has transformed the way organisations view their own operations. David McAlister, Resource Recovery Manager of Ipswich City Council tells Waste Management Review how data is essential for efficiency and effectiveness. Read more
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When it comes to waste management, data is the core component of what makes smart waste smart. Leon Hayes, Smartsensor Technologies Managing Director, explains.
By: Dale Dutton, VDC Product Engagement and Project Delivery, InEight.
As capital projects become more complex, visibility into these projects remains largely obscured for the industry, costing construction companies and project owners in wasted time, money and resources.
5G and IoT networks are accelerating the capabilities of smart bins located in global cities. Leon Hayes, Managing Director of Smartsensor Technologies, explains how Australia’s 5G network is leading the way.
STEINERT’s Johann Hefner outlines the role artificial intelligence and digitalisation will play in Australia’s material recovery future.
With sensors and solar powered bins fuelling decision making across Australia’s smart cities landscape, Smartsensor Technologies Managing Director Leon Hayes outlines the power of data in the era of smart waste.
By Catie Williams, Product Director, Connected Analytics, InEight.
The need to make business decisions faster has become essential for all industries, and construction is no exception.
With the introduction of Mandalay Technologies’ naus Intelligence Platform, the City of Darwin is the latest Australian metropolitan council to move its waste data into the cloud.
Business and site rules, software and the world are changing, and with all of that in mind, how do waste operators maintain the health of their organisation?