Dallas Water Utilities to adopt IT solution to increase efficiencies, cut costs, protect infrastructure

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DALLAS, TX, Feb. 8, 2011 -- Telvent, the leading real-time IT solutions and information provider for a sustainable world, announced today that it will collaborate with Prime Controls to implement a cutting-edge data technology system for the City of Dallas Water Utilities.

With this solution, Dallas Water Utilities will be able to gather a more accurate analysis of data critical to its operational decision-making and react more quickly when unforeseen situations arise within its growing network. Furthermore, the Telvent OASyS Dynamic Network of Applications system's highly developed security measures protect the city's fresh water infrastructure and meet the latest Department of Homeland Security standards.

By integrating the Telvent technology with its software, Dallas Water Utilities will have increased control capabilities throughout its water network, as well as remote monitoring and automation for multiple pump stations, storage tanks and water meter stations. This will provide a wider range of up-to-the-minute information, cut unnecessary costs and enhance customer service capabilities.

According to Telvent's CEO, Ignacio Gonzalez, "We are pleased to provide solutions to our customers that increase operational efficiencies. Our technology will help Dallas Water Utilities achieve a modern, reliable and secure system for the city."

Telvent is responsible for the system design, application engineering, software development and implementation of the SCADA platform for the City of Dallas Water Utilities.

About Telvent
Telvent (NASDAQ: TLVT) is a global IT solutions and business information services provider dedicated to helping improve efficiency, safety and security for the world's leading companies. Telvent serves markets that are critical to the sustainability of the planet, including the energy, transportation, agricultural and environmental sectors. (www.telvent.com)

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