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Together with Utility Analytics Institute (UAI), Sensus surveyed utilities across the board and found some common ground around their biggest business and operating challenges today, and how data and analytics can help them counter these while increasing value across the enterprise. Utilities are an industry at odds. Behind in necessary investments to replace dated infrastructure […]Read More
AMI data may be daunting to some, but for those with an effective plan of how to use the system data—the sky is the limit. Learn to build a business case for AMI within your organization based on five key value propositions: Improved data collection Enhanced safety Improved customer service Asset monitoring and protection Human […]Read More
The days of the traditional gas utility are waning as companies streamline operations. Skilled personnel are retiring, in-house meter shops are closing, and the pioneers of the next generation are the tech-savvy social networking gurus that are harnessing the power of information. And as technology drives smaller, feature-rich metrology – just like the smart phone […]Read More
Gas utilities in the United States have been tasked with safely providing for 25 percent of the country’s energy needs for residential, industrial and commercial customers. The nation’s abundance of natural gas presents a growth opportunity for the industry. The Department of Energy predicts that a staggering 900 of the next 1,000 power plants built […]Read More
The boom in shale gas exploration and the resulting natural gas supply is driving a need for meters that can maintain accuracy in an aging and under-maintained pipeline system. Rotary, diaphragm and orifice meters are still widely used in the field, even though contaminants common in well head production can damage the meter or cause […]Read More
Utilities are rapidly implementing advanced communication networks, a component of the smart grid. The openness and ubiquity of these networks enable many of the benefits of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) systems, but this same openness can create a vulnerability to the same risks faced by enterprise networks and the internet. This paper reviews the range […]Read More