Tag: Sensus

Sensus helps public service providers, including utilities and cities, reach farther by doing more with their infrastructure to improve quality of life.

Project Profile: A Smart Choice

Project Profile: A Smart Choice

NON-REVENUE WATER IS AN issue for water utilities around the country, and many states require water suppliers to keep leakage below a certain threshold. This level of accountability, along with customer demands to provide real-time usage information and data, is prompting utilities to explore new options to replace aging infrastructure.

Under Pressure

Under Pressure

Finding leaks and repairing them is a constant struggle for water utilities. Blame the aging pipes with which most utilities are working.

Sensus Wins Best Smart Utility Solution Award for Fourth Consecutive Year

Sensus Wins Best Smart Utility Solution Award for Fourth Consecutive Year

Municipal leaders again recognize Sensus AMI solution for smart city innovation

For the fourth consecutive year, the Sensus Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) solution has been honored by municipal utility executives as the “Best Smart Utility Solution” during the Municipal Smart Grid Summit (MSGS).

The Sensus AMI solution is comprised of

Water Demand Management

Water Demand Management

Mni wiconi is Lakota for “water is life.” The phrase articulates a fundamental truth. Our lives depend on water. Planning to meet and manage demand is essential.

Xylem publishes its 2016 Sustainability Report:  Why We Solve Water

Xylem publishes its 2016 Sustainability Report: Why We Solve Water

Solving the planet’s water challenges has never been more urgent. A growing population, overtaxed water infrastructure and increasing weather events all highlight the need for sustainable solutions. And solving water – one of the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals – is foundational to economic growth, a more equitable distribution

Water Demand Management

Water Demand Management

Mni wiconi is Lakota for “water is life.” The phrase articulates a fundamental truth. Our lives depend on water. Planning to meet and manage demand is essential.

Global Awareness and Grace

Global Awareness and Grace

In an effort to better understand women’s participation in the water industry and the water supply network, last May Water Efficiency magazine explored the topic by way of an interview with Kirsten deVette of the International Water Association.

We learned that in many parts of the world women bear the primary responsibility for

Why More Utilities Are Implementing AMR/AMI

Why More Utilities Are Implementing AMR/AMI

The implementation of AMR/AMI has grown consistently by more than 20% annually among water utilities nationwide. However, no matter how outdated a metering system may be, changing to something new and different can be a difficult adjustment forutility companies and customers alike.

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