Kallipr & SigSense Win Prestigious IoT Award

Kallipr & SigSense Take Home Best Water Project at the IoT Awards

Kallipr and SigSense are thrilled to announce they have been awarded Best Water Project at the prestigious IoT Awards, hosted by the IoT Alliance Australia. This recognition celebrates their outstanding contribution to water management through their innovative non-urban water metering solution implemented in collaboration with the NSW Government.

Stelios Trikoulis from Kallipr and Ben Starr from SigSense accept the Best Water Project Award at the IoT Awards

The award-winning project, developed under the NSW Non-Urban Water Metering Framework, has revolutionized the monitoring and measurement of water usage in rural areas, particularly for irrigation purposes. By installing their cutting-edge Captis IoT devices, Kallipr and SigSense have provided an accurate, transparent, and cost-effective solution to address the challenges of water management in remote regions.

“The Best Water Project award is a testament to the transformative impact of our non-urban water metering solution,” said Kallipr CEO, Gerhard Loots. “We are proud to have partnered with SigSense to develop state-of-the-art technology that not only enhances water management practices but also supports sustainable resource allocation in NSW and beyond.”

SigSense Director, Ben Starr, added, “This recognition reinforces our commitment to developing innovative IoT solutions that drive positive change. The Captis IoT device has proven to be a game-changer in remote water consumption monitoring, empowering landowners and farmers with real-time data and enabling efficient compliance with water regulations.”

The Non-Urban Water Metering Framework, introduced by the NSW

 Government in 2018, has had a profound impact on water management practices throughout the region. By enhancing transparency, improving compliance, supporting sustainable water resource management, and building public trust, the framework has revolutionized water management practices in NSW.

As the non-urban water metering framework continues to reshape water management practices, Kallipr and SigSense have set an exemplary standard for other regions and industries to follow. Their solution’s success highlights the importance of standardized systems, cost-effectiveness, ease of use, and scalable technologies in water monitoring projects across the globe.

To read more about the initiative see the Q&A with Ben Starr from SigSense

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