Smart grid for water presents important opportunities for water utilities to increase and find revenue, improve financial performance and extend the in-service life of infrastructure components
Fixed network systems offer more than measuring consumption for billing
Installing an AMI system means managing a profusion of system components
ST LOUIS – Jan. 3, 2013 – Aclara, a leading provider of intelligent infrastructure solutions and a member of the utility solutions group of ESCO Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ESE), has acquired the assets of Metrum Technologies LLC of Waco, Texas. Metrum is a leading provider of wireless public network communications products for electric utilities as […]
In a world of expanding meter data, meter data management programs expose the limits of standard relational database tools
ARMONK, NY and DALLAS, TX – NOVEMBER 5, 2012 – IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced a big data project with Oncor, the largest electric delivery company in Texas, that delivers an advanced power grid to help ensure efficient electricity delivery and enable more than 3 million Texas homes and businesses to play a more active role […]
CLEVELAND, N.C., Aug. 29, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Town of La Plata, Md. will upgrade its water system with Mueller Systems’ state-of-the-art advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) network and remote disconnect meters (RDM). Mueller Systems is a leading provider of innovative water infrastructure products and services and technologically advanced metering systems for water, electric and […]
The City of Weatherford installs an ingenious advanced metering infrastructure system for water, using their existing fire hydrants as data relay points to create a more robust network.
For many water utilities, building a relationship with their customers that goes beyond billing and collection can support broad objectives, including conservation and an appreciation of the value of water.
Meter reading comes of age, offers world of potential for beneficiaries of ever-growing data stream.