RALEIGH, NC - January 22, 2014
Sensus, a leading provider of clean technology solutions, will showcase products and services to help improve public safety, conserve energy and water and improve utility operations at the 82nd Annual Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The meeting is being held Jan. 22-24 in Washington, D.C.
“Sensus understands the nation’s utilities and cities are under pressure from growing demand, increasing energy prices and aging utility infrastructures,” said Bobbi Harris, senior manager of strategic marketing at Sensus. “Sensus smart city solutions fit the needs of large and small electric, water and gas utilities, realizing day-one savings and real benefits for their customers.”
One major component of the Sensus smart city solution is the open standards-based FlexNet ™ two-way communication network, which sends and receives data from various devices including meters, streetlights and other sensors. Through automation control, utilities can reduce operational expenses, conserve resources and lower carbon emissions.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors is the official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. The Conference works to provide mayors with leadership and management tools to meet urban needs, including escalating energy and environmental needs. Sensus is a member of both the Mayors Water Council and the Business Council. For more information on the U.S. Conference of Mayors visit www.usmayors.org.
Sensus is a leading clean technology solutions company offering smart meters, communication systems, software and services for the electric, gas, and water industries. Sensus technology helps utilities drive operational efficiency and customer engagement with applications that include advanced meter reading, data acquisition, demand response, distribution automation, home area networking and outdoor lighting control. Customers worldwide trust the innovation, quality and reliability of Sensus solutions for the intelligent use and conservation of energy and water. To follow Twitter updates from Sensus, visit http://twitter.com/sensussmartgrid.Download PDF