Entries by Lauren Brown

Smart Water Management and Open Data

Smart Water Management and Open Data Article from OpenDataSoft Lauren Brown, Director of Client Services at MeterSYS was recently interviewed by OpenDataSoft and discusses the importance for receiving leak alerts and other issues in real-time from smart metering systems.  “We serve public utilities exclusively, and are able to serve as a trusted advisor and augment […]

MeterSYS and OpenDataSoft Announce a Strategic Partnership

  A unique, industry-leading platform that improves performance management for utilities MeterSYS, a metering technology services company that works for public utilities, and OpenDataSoft, a dynamic software platform that specializes in making data open, transparent, and actionable, are excited to announce a strategic partnership. The partnership between MeterSYS and OpenDataSoft provides a unique and industry-leading […]

MeterSYS and Mueller Systems Sign Cooperative Agreement

MeterSYS and Mueller Systems Sign Cooperative Agreement August 31, 2016- MeterSYS is pleased to announce the signing of a cooperative agreement with Mueller Systems, a leader in smart metering solutions. This strategic partnership expands the company’s portfolio of smart metering companies across the United States. The cooperative relationship between MeterSYS and Mueller Systems is designed […]

Strategy Needed To Improve Water Infrastructure

  The National coverage of Flint Michigan’s water crisis has brought the fundamental infrastructure challenges of overburdened water facilities to the forefront of city council agendas nationwide, a change from its usual absence of attention that has kept systems underfinanced and in the background. While Capital Improvement budgets and plans are commonplace among local government […]

Black & Veatch Release 2016 Report

Smart City Infrastructure Gaining Global Momentum Black & Veatch, a global engineering, consulting and construction services firm, released its 2016 Strategic Directions: Smart City/Smart Utility Report in February.  This report identifies trends and highlights issues reported by local communities as they upgrade their utility infrastructure. The main takeaway from this report is the major investment […]