Friday, December 2, 2011

News the HP Doesn't Cover: Israeli Startup in London

From the BBC:
"As water gushes through the labyrinthine infrastructure of the London water supply system, an ageing pipe creaks, whines noisily, and finally bursts.
Within seconds, an alert starts flashing on a remote computer in the tiny office of Takadu - an Israeli start-up in Tel Aviv.
Once picked up, the information is transmitted to Thames Water - the utility company responsible for bringing water to Londoners. 
Almost instantly, we're able to detect, alert, locate, and basically inform the utility that there's something wrong," says Amir Peleg, Takadu's co-founder and chief executive, pointing to a computer screen.
The firm's specialisation is smart water systems.
Thanks to Takadu, as well as to other measures, Thames Water managed to achieve five annual leakage reduction targets in a row.
Last winter, it received the prestigious 2011 Tech Pioneer award at the World Economic Forum in Davos."
If anyone who reads this is part of the anti-Semitic BDS movement, you cannot use any of London's water because doing so would support Israel. Stop drinking water, stop taking showers, use nothing. Have fun!

1 comment:

  1. Oh, I am laughing hysterically at this one. You know the hypocrites are going to try to weasel around this one. Too, too funny.


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