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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
Water utility managers must find ways to save time and money, while continuing to provide excellent customer service. A common area of inefficiency is found within water service shutoff and turn-on events. Using remote shutoff capability puts utility billing staff in control of the process from the comfort of their billing office, or anywhere with […]Read More
Using a holistic approach to water management, utilities can bring many technologies together. The right analytics can then transform compiled data into usable information. A smart water platform helps achieve this by consolidating and analyzing data from multiple points including instrumentation, communication network, GIS, SCADA and other sources of data analytics. By implementing such approach, […]Read More
Accurate and dependable water metering is more important than ever for today’s water utilities. When making meter selection decisions, utilities have a variety of technology choices for residential metering. These options include mechanical meter technologies like positive displacement and static meter technologies such as fluidic oscillator, ultrasonic and electromagnetic. Several parameters factor into such selection […]Read More
Water utilities are under pressure due to the rising cost of labor and energy and are focusing their attention on improving operational efficiencies. With new choices in flow measurement technologies, utilities can improve cost and gain revenue advantages from advanced meter technologies that: Capture more revenue by accurately measuring a wider range of high and low flows […]Read More