Clean Water With the Shake of a Bottle

  With today’s smart technology we are seeing our simple everyday items recreated into something we never thought possible. From our smart phones, to our smart cars, even our smart homes which are able to listen to any command and…

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…

Managing Large Meter Asset Performance

While a majority of water meters for utilities generally serve residential customers, larger meters for commercial and industrial customers often provide the most significant amount of revenue for a utility.   Large meters are subjected to…

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…

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…

Smart Metering- Capital Competition or Partnership Potentiality?

The MeterSYS P3 Model Is An Option Economies of scale – low cost, low margin, repeatability, outsourcing Low risk with transparency of cost and operation and strong protection and claw-back measures built in Support the municipality…

AMI- Data Overload or Data Goldmine?

AMI Data Management is Scalable for Large and Small Utilities.  The exponential rise of big data and what to do with it has become a major issue for all levels of government. The dramatic advances in data analytics and the associated requirements…

IS AMI THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR UTILITY?

AMI Works...For All Utilities The benefits of advanced meter infrastructure are profound, but the influx of data and requisite technology expertise has ruled it out as an unnecessary expenditure for small towns in which the population isn’t…