In addition to improving billing accuracy and quality of service, Mesa plans to leverage SmartWorks Compass to gain data-driven insights to improve the quality of life, civic engagement, economic development, service delivery and community vibrancy for its citizens, businesses and visitors.
SmartWorks Compass, hosted by its partner IBM, will provide WMWD the MDM/Data Analytics platform to store, query, and automatically report on meter read and consumption data, providing actionable intelligence to the utility.
The City is looking forward to using the SmartWorks Compass platform along with the MeterSense MDM, KPI Dashboard and Automated Move-In/Out modules to strengthen their sustainability efforts by monitoring water usage, detecting malfunctions and recognizing irregularities.
The City of Redding plans to fully embrace the use of advanced analytics to assess the accuracy of their AMI deployment, AMI communication metrics, voltage performance metrics, and general Proof-of-Concept before full meter deployment.
The SmartWorks Compass platform will also provide interval usage data to NTPC’s customers via Harris’ SilverBlaze Consumer Portal, allowing customers throughout the huge territory to better manage their consumption.
BED is Vermont’s largest municipally owned electric utility serving over 20,000 customers, and is one of the more progressive utilities in the New England region of the U.S. It has an aggressive goal to become a “Net Zero Energy” City by 2030.
SmartWorks MeterSense MDM will provide the advanced analytics and automated notifications to help the utility and it’s customers better manage water usage and react to leaks in real-time.
San Antonio Water System (SAWS) is the 4th largest Municipal Water Utility in North America with soon over 500,000 meters serving over 1.8 million people.
Approximately 70 miles south of the Canadian border, the City of Thief River Falls has a population of 8,722 residents and serves 5,000 electric and 3,500 water customers.
Riviera Utilities is located in Foley Alabama and is responsible for providing electric, water, wastewater, natural gas, internet and cable tv services to approximately 200,000 customers.
The City of Oceanside provides 45,000 water metered connections to more than 6,000 businesses, emerging craft and entrepreneurial ventures as well as approximately 178,000 residents in northern San Diego County.
Vicinity owns, operates and maintains the largest district energy portfolio across the U.S., providing highly reliable clean steam, electricity, hot water and chilled water to over 230+ million square feet of building space in cities
Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA), is a not-for-profit, community-owned water utility based out of Reno with a highly-skilled workforce that ensures the treatment, delivery and availability of high-quality drinking water for more than 425,000 residents.
Since 2015, the City of Saskatoon has been using MeterSense MDM to collect approximately 60,000 electric and 70,000 water meter readings to provide accurate data usage information to nearly 300,000 residents.