1. The City Of Cedar Hill Puts Self-Service Water Management In Customers’ Hands

    FATHOM Water Management, Inc. (FATHOM), the utility-to-utility Smart Grid for water technology leader, recently announced that the City of Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill) has become the first city to adopt FATHOM’s newly-released, upgraded customer portal, U2You.

  2. Water Utility Hacker Disrupts East Coast’s Remote Metering

    A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to one year and a day in federal prison for hacking computers that disrupted operations at municipal water utilities.

  3. Town Of Okotoks, Alberta, Exceeds Water Management Targets With Sensus

    For the Town of Okotoks, sustainability isn’t just a buzzword. It’s a way of life.

  4. Mueller Systems And Senet Collaborate To Enable Internet Of Things For Water Management

    Mueller Systems is collaborating with Senet to deliver advanced metering infrastructure to water utilities across North America, the two companies announced today.

  5. Report Finds That Costs Still Make Smart Meter Tech A Tough Sell

    Water utilities have been slow to adopt smart technology in part because of cost challenges.

  6. Beating Water Loss With Intelligent Water Meters

    One of the world’s leading suppliers of intelligent metering solutions, Danish Kamstrup, is supplying intelligent water meters in Chile that are going to improve the efficiency of one of the country’s largest water utilities, Essbio.

  7. Aclara And Valor Water Analytics Form Strategic Alliance To Serve Water Utilities

    Aclara, a leader in smart infrastructure solutions to electric, water and gas utilities, and Valor Water Analytics, a developer of advanced meters analytics for water utilities, announce the formation of a strategic alliance to help water utilities reduce non-revenue water losses by analyzing data collected by advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems.

  8. Black & Veatch: Water Utility Leaders Driving Toward Sustainability

    Customer education, infrastructure modernization and the use of data analytics will be key tools to overcoming the water industry’s perennial challenges posed by aging infrastructure.

  9. eleven-x And Region Of Waterloo Partner For Canada’s First Smart City Water Monitoring Project Utilizing LoRaWAN Network

    eleven-x, operator of Canada’s first and only coast-to-coast LoRaWAN Low Power Wide Area Network, is pleased to announce a new Smart City development project with the Region of Waterloo. By Mark Hall

  10. i2O Signs Historic Agreement With GDH Water In China

    i2O announced recently that it has signed an agreement with GDH Water in China. Under the agreement, i2O will supply loggers to GDH Water and work on a wider collaboration to make i2O's smart network solutions available to water companies in the Group and the wider Chinese market.