Agenda University Municipal Water Consortium Bi-Annual Conference Sponsored by The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation October 14, 2015 4:00 – 6 pm Pecan Street’s Technology Showcase Pike Powers Lab and Center for Commercialization 3924 Berkman Dr Austin, TX 78723 October 15, 2015 UMWC Conference at University of Texas at Austin The University of…Details
One of the greatest challenges we face is making sure there is enough water for our future. Fortunately, university researchers and water utilities are joining forces to solve that challenge. Here is your chance to join them, from the comfort of your home and with the convenience of your mobile phone.
With the “Blue Cube” developed by Pecan Street, there’s no need to change out the whole meter. Instead, a new register, with a plug for a transmitter that would send signals to the cube in the customer’s home, is placed on top of the existing meter body. And Pecan Street is working on an even simpler solution: a ring that could fit around any register and links up to a transmitter.Details
A great story from KVUE in Austin about the Mueller neighborhood – where Pecan Street’s research began in 2010.
You can also view the story on KVUE’s website.
With a third of Texans still facing drought conditions, a coalition of Texas universities and water providers has launched an $8 million effort to curb water use in cities.Details
Consortium of Texas Universities and Water Utilities Launch Data-intensive R&D Effort Focused on Water Conservation Technologies
With the state’s population growing rapidly and another year of forecast drought, a newly-formed consortium of Texas universities and water providers announced today that it is launching a statewide research and development effort focused on water conservation technologies. The effort includes a commercialization lab focused on promising emerging technologies, a water technologies incubator and a statewide research testbed involving hundreds of Texas households.Details