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Monitoring Across the Smart Water Cycle

Thu, Oct 18, 2018 2:00 PM EDT



A key enabler for smart water and smart cities is for utilities to implement fast, incremental projects that still have a significant impact.  Such smart water projects require less capital and are often funded through the operational savings that they provide the utility.  In addition to saving on operations in the short term, the information gleaned from these projects can be leveraged to justify future capital investment decisions.  Until now, most advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems have been used almost exclusively to collect water consumption data for billing purposes.  Today, however, there is an opportunity to use these networks for variety of other applications and transform the traditional AMI system into a Smart Utility Network (SUN).

Join Sensus and the Park City Water Division for an exploration of how a utility can begin to build a SUN by leveraging existing AMI networks and battery powered devices to get to new data points within the water cycle and transform that data into actionable insight.
Through expertise and experiences shared during this webinar, you will be able to: 
  • Learn from case example of Park City, Utah’s pressure monitoring applications
  • Understand the application possibilities to capture relevant data across the water cycle
  • Identify potential incremental, fast projects that would enable smart water initiatives for your utility
  • Use available technologies to support smarter monitoring

Sponsored by: Sensus



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