AMR, AMI and Metering Podcasts

  1. Meter Reading Gets Future Proofed

    As John Fillinger, Director of Utility Marketing for Badger Meter explains in this Water Online Radio interview, utilities no longer need to shoulder the burden of keeping up with technological advances in IT infrastructure on their own.

  2. AMI, Analytics, And The Smart City Evolution

    The global utility industry is at a technology tipping point, says Joe Ball, the director of product marketing for Water North America for Itron. In his interview with Water Online Radio, Ball talks innovation and how to provide ratepayers with the technology they want.

  3. Non-Revenue Water Loss Lessens With Better Metering Analytics

    Installing or upgrading to an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solution may only happen once-in-a-lifetime at a water utility. So it is important to take the time to understand the specific circumstances and outcomes that you wish to hit before making your purchasing decision.

  4. Digital Water Meters Maximize Accuracy, Minimize Loss

    Davidson Water pilot-tested a variety of meters before landing on a digital water meter with no moving parts and the ability to capture low flows to provide reliability and accurate data logging information to its residential customers.

  5. Smart Water Meters Provide Conservation Insight For Utilities And Rate Payers

    The latest advances in water meter technology enable information sharing that improves water conservation for both utilities and customers.

  6. Advanced Metering Analytics Brings Higher Visibility To Water

    Morrice Blackwell, Marketing Manager at Badger Meter, explains how Advanced Metering Analytics enhances understanding of usage data for both water customers and utilities.

  7. The Advantages Of Meters Generating Their Own Power

    Scott Williamson, CEO of Capstone Metering, discusses the advantages of Capstone’s patented rechargeable battery technology housed within the meter.

  8. 30 to 40 Percent Water Loss Is Common

    Steve Bruskiewicz, Municipal Utilities Solution Quality Manager for Johnson Controls, shares some worrisome truths about the industry’s water loss, energy use, pending lead-free implications and long-term asset management needs.