14 — 17 March 2013: Charles Hartley, Product Manager of Dyteqta attended as a judge for the Young Engineers National Club Awards competition at the Big Bang Fair 2013 at the ExCeL London.
The Big Bang Fair is the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK, and the Young Engineer's purpose is to inspire young people to develop an interest in engineering and in doing so, recognise the importance and excitement of engineering as a future career.
This event saw some of the most talented students and inventive projects brought together to compete for the most prestigious awards available to UK school students. Visitors travelled from all across the UK to see the students work and take part in the hands-on activities. Amongst the visitors was the Patron of Young Engineers, His Royal Highness The Duke of York. The Duke spent over two hours speaking with the students, admiring their projects and enjoying the show floor. He was truly impressed with the work shown and more than one student was given valuable advice and contacts for further development!
In addition, the Prime Minister popped in and spent time with Joseph Whitaker School, the winner of the Young Engineers National Club Awards, Club of the Year 2013 and he too was impressed with the quality of the projects and depth of knowledge the students showed.
Dyteqta was proud to have played a small part in this fantastic event and said, "a big well done to all the clubs and students and a thank you to the Young Engineers team".
26 — 27 November 2012: After 8 years of R&D, and to mark the completion of the first DYTEQTA-SYSTEM installation, the Dyteqta team from Hove, UK attended and presented a "live" demonstration to over 60 visitors in Gothenburg, Sweden, comprising of real estate owners, property and facility managers; not to mention engineers, consultants, constructions companies and media representatives.
This "Dyteqta World Premiere", which was part of a two-day event co-organised by Dyteqta’s partner Studor and Röranalysgruppen (Swedish pipe relining specialists), was also attended by STUre and DORis Ericson (founders of Studor and Dyteqta) as well as Dr. Michael Gormley and Dr. David Kelly of Heriot-Watt University, UK, and John Turner, Director of Britewater International Limited, Philippines.
The presentations yet again highlighted how the synergy of recognised expertise can join forces and benefit from each other's know-how and integrate to provide eco-friendly rectification solutions (when compared with traditional methods); Dyteqta unobtrusively investigates and monitors the effectiveness of buildings’ drainage networks and their integrity, whilst the Studor products and pipe relining offer the preferred rectification solutions.
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5 — 14 November 2012: DYTEQTA™ had great pleasure in announcing the successful installation of the DYTEQTA-SYSTEM at the site of its first Reference Project and Proof of Concept; two residential building blocks located in Gyllenkrooksgatan, Gothenburg, Sweden. The installation, lasting a total of 9 days, saw our team of engineers set up two Dyteqta drainage monitoring units in the lift plant room of both occupied buildings, to allow for data collection and analysis, thus providing "intuitive" information as to when a drainage network is likely to fail.
The DYTEQTA-SYSTEM sends a measured sound wave through the pipework, and if there is any difference between the default and tested signals, then this indicates that the barrier has been breached and subsequently, an incident report is raised to facilities management personnel via e-mail, SMS or an existing building management system.
Installation can be carried out in new or existing buildings to monitor the integrity of water trap seals on a full or part-time basis. Dyteqta also serves as a useful diagnostic tool for engineers who need to test system performance during servicing or routine maintenance. Our system is fully automatic and there is an option to operate and interrogate the system remotely from off-site, allowing facilities management greater flexibility. It has never before been possible to collate information on the performance of a building drainage system remotely.
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27 — 30 August 2012: The 38th CIBW062 International Symposium on Water Supply and Drainage for Buildings, was held at Heriot Watt University, Postgraduate Centre, Riccarton Campus, Edinburgh, UK.
This annual symposium offers participants the opportunity to showcase or access world-leading, industry-focused research and innovation. It is open to anyone with an interest in water supply and drainage and is typically attended by practitioners, academics, manufacturers, code authorities and consultant engineers. Dyteqta was pleased to be jointly sponsoring the 2012 Symposium dinner with Studor.
27 — 29 June 2012: At the 2012 DesignBUILD Expo in Melbourne, Australia, Dyteqta presented “The Air Above and the Germs Below” which further emphasized the importance of the DYTEQTA-SYSTEM and its invaluable role in reducing the risk of harmful viruses and bacteria spreading throughout the sanitary drainage system – especially within large multiple-occupancy buildings such as hospitals.
Dyteqta's attendance at this international building and design exposition also coincided with the launch of Dyteqta Australasia, established in Parramatta, New South Wales earlier in the year, with Michael Mekhitarian (Director) and Marc Williams (Business Development Manager) heading up all regional business development opportunities for Dyteqta.
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1 — 2 May 2012: At the 2012 International Emerging Technology Symposium, Steven White took the opportunity to give a presentation entitled "The Defective Trap Seal Identification System", which was received very positively by ETS's 150 plus attendees, consisting of contractors, engineers, water efficiency experts, non-governmental organisations, manufacturers, and policy consultants from the US capital.
This two-day conference co-convened by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) and the World Plumbing Council (WPC) provided the ideal gateway for Dyteqta and other water quality, plumbing and mechanical industry experts, to share information and concepts concerning advancing technologies. Discussions on developing international policy initiatives will take place, and presenters will be given the opportunity to demonstrate innovative industry solutions such as the DYTEQTA-SYSTEM.
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