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Are you considering purchasing an electric AMI solution? If so, then you’ve probably started the arduous process of developing the dreaded, but often necessary, Request for Proposal (RFP). We understand your pain. That’s why we’ve created a handy 17-page template, packed full of information to kickstart the process for you. After combing through hundreds of […]Read More
Electromagnetic radiation is a natural phenomenon that is vital to human existence. It is everywhere around us, be it the visible light illuminating all we see, and natural or man-made radio waves. However, while it is an inherent part of the universe, some are concerned about potential detrimental effects, which has led to confusion and […]Read More
Mission-Critical IoT is the term used to describe the intelligent network utility companies implement to enable near-real-time communication of their water, electricity and gas networks. A failure in any of these networks could result in catastrophic consequences for consumers and untold financial losses for the utilities. The critical aspect these networks represent mandates the importance […]Read More
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
Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology has changed the way utilities do business in the 21st century. Simple AMI functionalities — such as reading interval data, remote service connects and disconnects, and outage alarms — have all delivered significant operational savings and improved the bottom lines for many utilities. But what’s next for utilities looking to […]Read More