AMI, AMR, AND METERING SOLUTIONS AND INSIGHT FOR UTILITY MANAGERS

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AMI, AMR, AND METERING PRODUCTS

AMI Data Collection Unit: Aclara STAR® Network DCU II AMI Data Collection Unit: Aclara STAR® Network DCU II

The STAR® Network DCU II enhances your AMI network by providing reliable and flexible two-way communication for electric, water, and gas meters.

STAR® Network For Gas Utilities STAR® Network For Gas Utilities

The STAR Network for gas utilities offers two-way communications that go beyond AMR by securely and accurately reading gas meters electronically – without meter readers, drive-by vans, or handhelds.

Web Presentment Software For AMI Data: Aclara® Customer Care Solutions Web Presentment Software For AMI Data: Aclara® Customer Care Solutions

Reducing costs and increasing customer satisfaction are goals of most utility companies today. These two goals don't logically work together but with Customer Care solutions from Aclara... they can.

Correlated, Acoustic Leak Detection System: Aclara STAR® ZoneScan Correlated, Acoustic Leak Detection System: Aclara STAR® ZoneScan

Non-revenue water loss due to underground leaks is a major headache for utilities — and losses often worsen as the infrastructure ages. What’s more, leaks often erupt into major infrastructure failures. Aclara STAR ZoneScan is the industry’s only remotely correlated acoustic leak-detection solution that uses time-synchronized sound recordings to identify leak locations on the main. The sound recordings are made by underground equipment in the field and later correlated at the utility, pinpointing leaks before they become expensive emergencies. The solution’s hands-off operation as well as automated data collection and analysis saves money, time, and resources.

Two-Way Communication MTU: Aclara STAR® Network AMI Solution Two-Way Communication MTU: Aclara STAR® Network AMI Solution

The Aclara STAR® Network 3300 water MTU delivers two-way communication and a time-synchronized network to provide a utility with a snapshot of system water consumption at a single point in time.

Mueller Systems Integral Hot Rod™ Mueller Systems Integral Hot Rod™

The Integral HOT ROD™ is a high performance, transmitter designed for mobile AMR.

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SCADA AND AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS AND INSIGHT FOR UTILITY MANAGERS

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SCADA AND AUTOMATION PRODUCTS

Wonderware Skelta Workflow Wonderware Skelta Workflow

Wonderware Skelta BPM is a workflow platform that provides water and wastewater management organizations the capability to manage, enforce and document processes cross-company, replacing manual processes and paperwork with electronic workflows. It encompasses everything from routine operations to escalated responses to manage normal, unscheduled or disruptive events.

Water Information Management Solution (WIMS) Water Information Management Solution (WIMS)
Hach brings you a powerful new way of looking at your water systems. As part of the Information Management product portfolio, the Hach Water Information Management Solution™ (WIMS™) provides a set of products to help you collect and analyze data and communicate information in a way never before possible.
<B>xpswmm</b>, Dynamic Storm Water & Wastewater Model xpswmm, Dynamic Storm Water & Wastewater Model

xpswmm is a comprehensive software package for dynamic modeling of stormwater, river systems, floodplains and  sanitary or combined systems.  It combines one-dimensional (1D) calculations for upstream to downstream flow with two-dimensional (2D) overland flow calculations so that you can see what truly happens to your stormwater or sewer system when waters flow, populations increase or catastrophic events hit.

VTScada Alarm Notification System VTScada Alarm Notification System

Optional Component – Ensure that your critical alarm and process information finds you anywhere via text-to-voice phone calls, SMS text messages, emails and pagers. Dial into your application using your application security account to check levels, acknowledge alarms, change setpoints, or send commands to equipment.

<B>xpstorm</b>, Dynamic Storm Water Model xpstorm, Dynamic Storm Water Model

xpstorm is a versatile software package for dynamic modeling of urban stormwater systems, river systems and floodplains including ponds, rivers, lakes, floodplains and interaction with groundwater. This combined 1-dimensional (for upstream to downstream flow) and 2-dimensional (for flow over land) software is widely used by private consultants and public agencies responsible for stormwater and flooding regulation, xpstorm is one of the most stable and well-accepted modeling and design packages in the world, and has been tested and approved for use by the United States FEMA and UK Environment Agency.

 

BOD Analyst Pro Software BOD Analyst Pro Software
Automatically calculate BOD/CBOD values with the BOD Analyst Pro desktop software.
VTScada Thin Clients VTScada Thin Clients

Optional Component – Fully featured mobile access that you can configure in seconds with display options that suit any screen size and data plan. VTScada has always been a leader in remote connectivity. VTScada Thin Clients allow authorized users to safely monitor and control their process from anywhere.

VTScada Alarm and Event Management VTScada Alarm and Event Management

Standard Component - Every VTScada application includes an instantly intuitive Alarm management interface as well as pre-configured alarm and event databases. This integrated approach reduces configuration time and ensures that mission-critical alarm features remain tightly integrated over the life of your system no matter how many times you expand your application or update VTScada.

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REGULATION UPDATES FOR UTILITY MANAGERS

  • A Guide For Assessing Industrial Discharge
    A Guide For Assessing Industrial Discharge

    A new best practices guide from the U.S. EPA provides discharge permit writers and pretreatment coordinators with tips on helping wastewater treatment plants deal with industrial effluent.

  • 1,4-Dioxane’s Drinking Water Threat
    1,4-Dioxane’s Drinking Water Threat

    A known carcinogen that makes its way into drinking water supplies through personal care products is under fire in New York. While the state mulls stricter limits, consumers remain exposed.

  • Lessons In Protecting Against Nutrient Pollution
    Lessons In Protecting Against Nutrient Pollution

    With new information on the pervasiveness of nutrient pollution in the country’s drinking water sources, the U.S. EPA has offered lessons on turning the tide.

  • A Year Of Water In The News
    A Year Of Water In The News

    As the year winds to a close, I am reflecting on the fact that 2016 could be dubbed “The Year of Water”.  January started with the disclosure and national outcry related to lead exposure in Flint, MI, and during the year, the U.S. Congress introduced almost 60 different bills dealing with water. 

  • Obama EPA Takes A Bow, Touts #WaterProgress
    Obama EPA Takes A Bow, Touts #WaterProgress

    In the years the U.S. EPA has worked under the Obama administration, the agency has been very active. Depending on your perspective, that may be good or bad. While some see new regulations as necessary to protect citizens and the environment (and to drive innovation in the water sector), others argue that recent actions have been overly restrictive and unduly burdensome.

  • Does Healthy Drinking Water Mean Stricter Limits On Atrazine?
    Does Healthy Drinking Water Mean Stricter Limits On Atrazine?

    The U.S. EPA is considering tightening its water regulations on atrazine, an herbicide known to cause adverse health effects if ingested. As researchers and state regulators advocate for stricter limits, it may be time to act.

  • Can The DWSRF Solve The Lead Crisis?
    Can The DWSRF Solve The Lead Crisis?

    The federal Drinking Water State Revolving Fund was designed to help communities pay for infrastructure projects and meet safety regulations. But can it be applied for the greatest threat to drinking water of our time?

  • How To Adopt The EPA’s New Selenium Standards
    How To Adopt The EPA’s New Selenium Standards

    A recent selenium update to the U.S. EPA’s water quality standards could force utilities to consider how they monitor the element in their water.

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UTILITY MANAGEMENT VIDEOS

  • Mueller Hydrant Safety Flange Video Now Available
    Mueller Hydrant Safety Flange Video Now Available

    While we are still not sure how granny hit a Mueller® hydrant in this quiet residential neighborhood, a duo of ever-so-helpful water utility personnel install a new safety flange, repair the hydrant and help granny get back behind the wheel.

  • Aquis Leakage Management
    Aquis Leakage Management

    This video explains how Aquis Leak Detection can reduce the amount of Non-revenue Water by reducing loss of water through existing leaks and reduce the risk of additional leaks. Furthermore energy consumption, emissions and use of chemicals are reduced and water quality is improved.

  • Aquis Incident Management
    Aquis Incident Management

    With Aquis the network is divided into several manageable control zones. This enables operators to react intelligently and responsibly. Contaminated areas can be shut down and adjacent areas isolated from the contaminated area so that the supply maybe maintained normally. Contingency plans can be quickly implemented.

  • Aquis Energy Optimization
    Aquis Energy Optimization

    With the Aquis pressure optimization module the network can be operated within tight parameters ensuring adequate pressure all the time without wasted energy and unnecessary leakages. The module reduces the supply pressure, the leakages, the pumping costs and the CO2 emission. The operator has complete overview of pressure and flow in the network.

  • Aquis Engineering
    Aquis Engineering

    This video explains how engineers and operators by using Aquis can make intelligent decisions based on known network performance from historical data. Modeling scenarios draw on the digital mapping data for the existing network and the real time data from the SCADA system.

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