1. AMI Hits Utah City With New Headaches

    A municipal water utility in Utah wanted to notify customers about potential leaks. But even after investing in smart meters, it took years to get a good system in place so it could provide that information.

  2. Badger Meter Awarded Three-Year Contract With American Water For Water Meters And Meter Reading Solutions

    Badger Meter, Inc. recently announced it has been awarded a three-year contract to supply water meters and metering systems to American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company.

  3. Smart Water Meter Adoption Rates On The Rise

    A major survey of utility executives shows that smart water meter adoption rates are on the rise.

  4. Consumer Complaints Soar As Santa Fe Installs Smart Meters

    Santa Fe is hitting speed bumps as it begins to rely on new smart meters.

  5. Smart Meters To Get 'Smarter' In Napa

    Napa, CA, already has smart meters, but the city is about to install equipment that is even more intelligent.

  6. After Dysfunctional Meter Mess, Chicago Suburb Makes Proposal

    A Chicago suburb struggling with inaccurate smart meters is trying to move ahead and fix the problem.

  7. The City Of Sacramento Taps Trimble For ROI From Its Smart Metering Project

    The City of Sacramento is the 6th largest city in California, with a population of more than 485,000 inside a metropolitan area of over 2.4 million residents.

  8. Tapping Into The Power Of Smart Meters

    A company wants to apply smart meter computing capacity to tasks ranging from cracking cancer’s genetic code, to forecasting the long-range weather impacts of climate change.

  9. Badger Meter Releases BEACON® Advanced Metering Analytics (AMA) Mobile Solution

    Badger Meter, a leading global innovator and manufacturer of flow measurement and control solutions, recently announced the release of the BEACON® Advanced Metering Analytics (AMA) Mobile Solution.

  10. Neptune Helps Utilities Meet, Exceed, And Anticipate Water Reporting/Usage Regulations

    As water shortages and record-breaking drought conditions have affected large areas of the United States, states such as California as well as local municipalities have increasingly implemented mandates, regulations, and restrictions regarding the use of water.