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Spart IoT Webinar 2020

Where’s your water going? And how do you find out?

As much as 26% of city and agricultural water is lost to leaking infrastructure. Replacing everything is not a viable option, but using IoT devices to scale monitoring systems and gathering insights from the field can identify where to focus investment and maintenance.

Hear how IoT innovators Jesse Teat and Hugh Blake-Manson are using IoT solutions at scale to take the guesswork out of water management.

In this webinar, Jesse outlines how Tussock Innovation’s Waterwatch IoT systems are deployed at scale to improve management and monitoring across all sectors of the the water industry - reducing stress on budgets, networks, and people.

Then Hugh explains why it’s important to have a clear focus on water management goals as well as ‘fit for purpose’ IoT technology, and the insights required to achieve this. 

December 18, 2019

At the end of November, Mark and Gracey headed over to Singapore for the 2019 Sigfox Connect trade show. With 1400 attendees and 104 exhibitors, the Marina Bay Sands was buzzing with innovation.

A range of solution providers in tracking, monitoring, sustainability and security gathered to share their expertise with industry leaders and the Singapore public...

November 28, 2019

Dunedin neuroscientist and physiologist Dr Karl Iremonger has been awarded one of the University of Otago’s highest research honours, the 2019 Rowheath Trust Aw

October 2, 2019

If you are involved in the IoT space, you would have probably heard of Sigfox, an advanced wireless network operator taking the world by storm. Sigfox is a French-based global network operator founded in 2009 that builds wireless networks to connect low-powered technologies emitting small amounts of data.

At Tussock Innovation, we use the Sigfox network fo...

September 5, 2019

Augmented Reality (AR) is the interaction between computer-generated objects and the real world environment. Components of the digital world (sound, text, images etc) are blended into peoples perception of the real world through an immersive experience - usually using superimposed computer-generated content.

We are beginning to see what AR can provide when...

August 7, 2019

Recently, one of the biggest challenges facing humanity is ensuring a sufficient supply of quality water. From food production to habitat restoration, drinking water to sanitation, clean water is the most sought after asset of the human population. 

The explosion of our population in recent years has put unprecedented pressure on this crucial asset. Suffic...

July 10, 2019

By now we have all heard of the "Internet of Things" thrown around in conversation but what exactly does IoT mean and what impact could it have on you?

October 18, 2018

We are super excited to welcome two new members to the Tussock Innovation team for the summer period, Mytchel Hammond and Gracey Griffin. 

Mytchel has joined the team as a Computer Science and Electronics intern to work on Waterwatch. He holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in Electronics and minoring in Computer Science at the University of Otago. Mytche...

May 22, 2018

May 21st Christchurch Smart Cities Expo 2018, Tussock Innovation demonstrates the HomeSense smoke alarm and indoor air quality sensor to the public. The Expo was part of New Zealand Techweek and a great opportunity to meet with other innovative companies.  HomeSense and Waterwatch two products aimed at protecting assets, people an...

April 19, 2018

Tussock Innovation are proud to release HomeSense a system for improving well-being through smart decisions and improved indoor air quality.  

HomeSense combines smart battery powered sensors, user input and machine learning to provide personalised feedback about the air quality of your home, office or rental home. Based on HomeSense feedback people a...

April 5, 2018

Our CEO Jesse recently met with Heather Wright from The Download to talk about how Waterwatch can help protect our water quality and citizens. Here are a few quotes from The Download article. 

“The Waterwatch sensors can be used as an early warning system in waterways, storm water drains and sewerage systems, allowing councils and thei...

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