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White Paper Topic: Water

Next Generation Smart Water: Non-Revenue Water Reduction

Water utilities around the world face the challenge of finding the right balance between investing to develop natural water resources (e.g. new water reservoirs, dams and aquifer boreholes) or investing to ensure the most efficient use of labour, finance, equipment and technologies needed to manage the water network more effectively. Both excessive consumption and excessive […] 

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Leakage and Pressure Management: Reducing Non-Revenue Water Loss

Water utilities around the globe face the challenge of not only measuring water consumption and billing their customers accurately, but to also saving water proactively. Leaks and burst pipes can be a major pain-point for utilities. Non-revenue water (NRW) can take various shapes, from a leak that is not detected by the utility over time, […] 

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Electromagnetic Meters for the Indian Market

India has a water distribution problem, brought about by climate change, rapid industrialization, a growing population and a water supply network that has not kept up with demand. Currently, the water supply is often rationed across different districts by “key turners,” who turn it off for hours a day. However, this approach, alongside the condition […] 

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Improving Utility Performance Through Analytics: Market Research Report

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 […] 

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Next Generation Smart Water: Your Solution to Global Water Challenges

The climate changes sweeping across the globe put untold pressure on water networks at both extremes; some areas are water stressed and others are prone to increased rainfall and flooding which take their toll on the amount of infrastructure needed to address the problem. The excess water requires treatment and pumping which exponentially increases the […] 

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Increase Revenue with New Commercial Metering Technology

Revenue for water utilities is circling the drain. Most commercial water meters can stand up to the high water flow of commercial water customers, but these same meters often have a hard time measuring low water flows and retaining accurate meter reads over time and continuous flow conditions. Grocery stores, for example, do not pay […] 

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Building Intelligence Into Water Metering

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 […] 

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Composite Water Meters: Setting the Standard

For the past 150 years, Sensus has brought water metrology products to market that have led the industry in technology, efficiency and accuracy. Today is no different as environmental regulations and sustainable technologies are key concerns for water utilities. Sensus is on the leading edge of these concerns and offers products constructed with durable composite […] 

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Security and Resilience for Utility Network Communications

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 […] 

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