Posted February 24, 2018 11:07:24Google is working with the U.K.’s water resource authorities to help develop sustainable cities and communities.
The tech giant announced its partnership with the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the London Borough of Lambeth to collaborate on a project to develop water quality, water safety and water management for the UK’s growing city edge.
Google’s WaterSense team has worked with the NERC to develop an app that helps users monitor their water quality.
This new technology allows users to see and quantify their water levels, as well as see how much water is available in the water.
WaterSense allows users of Google Glass to use the app to check their water level and see how many people are using it.
Water Sense also provides users with a visual representation of their water resources.
WaterSense is the first smart water monitoring system to be developed by Google and its partner organizations, according to the company.
Google Glass is an augmented reality wearable computer that uses sensors to track user movements, including the position and distance of objects, and enables users to take pictures of water quality and map their water supplies.
The project has been funded by the U,K.’d Water (U.K.)
Environment Agency, with Google contributing technology.
WaterFlow City Development (WFCD), a local initiative of Lambetown, a Thames Valley borough, is working to develop sustainable urban areas, with the aim of increasing water quality by up to 20% by 2025, according the company’s website.
The partnership with Google, which began in 2018, has been in the works since the summer of 2018, according WFCD, which works to reduce the impact of urban development on water resources and the environment.
The WFCA has received $2.5 million from Google to date.
WaterWorks, a new initiative by the London Water Authority, is a new technology developed by the company that uses water sensors to measure water quality for drinking water, wastewater treatment and municipal waste disposal.
Ways to conserve water in cities are one of the key sustainability goals of the water agencies.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has also recommended that cities develop and implement policies to reduce their water consumption and the number of people who live within their boundaries.
Water use in cities is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions, and the amount of water required to provide basic services such as heating and cooling, sewage treatment, waste disposal and recycling is increasing.