Syrinix celebrated its second award win in a week at the Global Water Summit in Athens on Sunday evening.
Success came at the Global TAG Conference, the arm of the Summit which brings together global leaders in innovation in water to share experience and best-practice; and recognise the progress made in changing and improving the industry through new technological solutions. The Awards are aimed at recognising innovation leadership in the worldwide water industry and
Syrinix won the Global Impact Award for TransientMinder – its high resolution pressure transient (water hammer) sensor which detects pressure waves as they travel through water pipeline networks.
CEO James Dunning said ”With the theme of the conference around the water value revolution, we are delighted to receive this award and be recognised globally for the work we are doing at Syrinix.
The data derived from TransientMinder provides utilities with crucial information about their network efficiencies and gives the confidence to build business cases and take asset management decisions on a much more informed basis.”