|Flow Measurement, Water Quality and Control Solutions|
At Badger Meter, we combine measurement, communication, data and analytics into smart water solutions, which enables our customers to be more efficient, effective and sustainable throughout the water ecosystem.
When smart water systems are in place, utilities can better understand system performance and take action to capture revenue, reduce costs, mitigate risk, improve customer satisfaction and optimize assets.
|Smart Water Is: AMI Without The Infrastructure||Smart Water is: The Widest Range of Metering Solutions|
|Smart Water Is: Future Proof Technology||Smart Water Is: Robust And Resilient|
ABOUT BADGER METER
Badger Meter is an innovator in flow measurement, water quality and control products, serving water utilities, municipalities and commercial and industrial customers worldwide. With more than 115 years of innovation and strong, stable growth, Badger Meter continues to help protect one of the world’s most precious resources.
Our smart water metering solutions provide actionable intelligence without the need for utility-owned infrastructure, enabling customers to optimize the delivery and use of water, maximize revenue and reduce waste. We offer the widest range of water metering technologies, proven remote meter reading solutions, cloud-based software and consumer engagement tools. Learn more at www.badgermeter.com
The Smart Water Show: Episode 3 – What is a NaaS?
Why have only 20% of water utilities deployed an AMI fixed network? If you are considering a fixed network, I've got something you seriously need to consider prior to soliciting quotations or putting out your RFP. The question is, who is going to manage the network infrastructure? Do you have qualified individuals within your utility ready to continuously monitor, maintain and manage the network? In this video, we're going to discuss some of the options available for water utilities today: a utility managed network versus a network as a service agreement (NaaS).
Badger Meter Is Smart City Ready
Badger Meter provides smart water metering solutions for today and tomorrow. Badger Meter’s ORION Cellular endpoints provide… deployment flexibility… substantially reduced operating costs, and improved customer service solutions. Watch the full video to learn more.
Building AMI Infrastructure In Columbia, SC
For the city of Columbia, and Columbia Water, customer service is one of the more critical things that they do. Watch the full video to learn how they moved to an advanced metering technology and AMI system to be able to provide an enhanced customer service experience for their citizens.
The Smart Water Show - Episode 1: 4 Reasons To Choose Cellular AMI For Your Water Utility
Is your water utility looking to make the jump into the world of AMI Fixed Networks? Are you confused about all the different technology options available to you from traditional data collector systems, mesh technology and now cellular systems? In this video Morrice is going to explain to you the four key reasons why cellular might just be the right AMI technology for your utility?
The Smart Water Show: Episode 2 - Cutting Water Utility Call Times And Volumes In Half
Does your water utility get too many customer service calls? Today we're going to provide you with a way to cut those call times and call volumes in half. Watch the video to learn more.
A utility’s ability to control and improve processes is only as good as the data it uses. Learn what it takes to make your data actionable.
In order to reassure consumers that their water is clean and stay ahead of legitimate risks, many water utilities are turning to online water quality monitoring in the distribution system.
Advanced automated monitoring systems offer a solution to software fatigue by providing a consolidated platform that presents understandable data and facilitates informed decision-making.
Pressure transients can be reduced through changes in pump operations and valve usage. Intelligent pipeline monitoring, combining pressure data with analytics, helps utilities prevent problems and educate operators and customers.
Traditional water quality monitoring methods can be slow and labor-intensive. Remote distribution monitoring, using street-level telemetry systems, is becoming increasingly popular, providing near-real-time information and building trust with consumers.