Sensus, a Xylem brand, helps a wide range of public service providers—from utilities to cities to industrial complexes and campuses—do more with their infrastructure to improve quality of life in their communities. We enable our customers to reach farther through the application of technology and data-driven insights that deliver efficiency and responsiveness. We partner with them to anticipate and respond to evolving business needs with innovation in sensing and communications technologies, data analytics and services. Learn more at sensus.com and follow @SensusGlobal on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Sensus, a Xylem brand
8601 Six Forks Road, Suite 700
Raleigh, NC 27615
Contact: Sensus Team
Eagle Mountain is a rapidly growing city in Utah with a population of 37,000 who enjoy picturesque views and abundant outdoor activities. To support the population boom, the city’s utility is upgrading its water meters and mobile metering reading solution at its own flexible pace.
After analyzing annual water loss audits for the city of Dallas, GA, the team discovered significant issues around non-revenue water. In 2014, real and apparent water loss accounted for 31.3 million gallons — nearly 20 percent of the city’s total water supplied for the year — which meant lost revenue for the city.
Just 30 miles northwest of Atlanta, the City of Dallas, Georgia, offers a reprieve from the busyness of the big city with the retained charm of simpler times and a friendly community. While the city might have an easygoing appeal, running the local water utility is anything but a breeze. The utility team’s constant goal is to deliver superior service for the city’s 14,000 residents.
Sensus USA, Inc., a provider of advanced metering technologies to utilities and municipalities, will expand its current operations in Durham County, creating 301 new jobs over five years, Governor Roy Cooper announced recently. The company will invest $4M in North Carolina by the end of 2019.
Washington utility enhances electricity infrastructure and improves customer service.
Loudoun County is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. This growth brings a high demand for water from both industrial and residential customers.
Communities—and citizens—around the globe want smarter utilities that provide improved safety, efficiency and sustainability.
Utility infrastructure is the largest budget item for every community. But when cities consider how to become “smart,” infrastructure may be overlooked.
Water sustains life. We just can’t live without it. Water’s value comes from its cleanliness and its delivery. Simply put, if it’s not clean, water can be detrimental to health and life. If water is not available, it remains out of reach, whether it is clean or not.
Nestled in the rolling hills of northern West Virginia, collegiate life reigns supreme in the City of Fairmont. As with any college town, residential turnover is the norm, with the constant move-ins and move-outs straining the city’s water utility resources.