RALEIGH, NC - November 3, 2015
(Click-to-Tweet) – Across the world, utilities face a changing landscape with technology advancements and increased expectations from consumers. At European Utility Week, Sensus will highlight adaptive technology that solves today’s challenges and will meet future needs.
Held November 3-5 in Vienna, Austria, European Utility Week helps attendees find their way in this new era for utilities. At booth A.h07, utilities will see Sensus’ suite electric and water solutions, including the FlexNet™ communication system and smart meters. As a two-way communications system, FlexNet delivers the data utilities need to provide a reliable and cost-effective supply of water and energy.
“Consumers expect more data and connectivity while our changing environmental landscape demands conservation,” said Berry Drijsen, Sensus director of water marketing, EMEA and AP. “At the Sensus booth, utilities can learn about technology that meets their evolving needs of today and well into the future.”
FlexNet uses dedicated, licensed spectrum in a private, secure network that supports multiple applications and is flexible for future growth. A trusted and proven communications technology, FlexNet is based on open standards and can support capacity and reach requirements. It is interoperable with multiple systems and endpoints for delivering data that helps utilities respond quickly to changing market and customer requirements.
Sensus has a long history of providing technology that benefits European utilities. In 2013, Sensus, with its British partner Arqiva, earned a fifteen-year contract by the British Government to provide automated meter communications services based on Sensus technology to more than 10 million homes in the North of England and Scotland.
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At the Sensus booth, utilities can learn about technology that meets their evolving needs of today and well into the future.
Director of Water Marketing, EMEA and AP, Sensus