DistribuTECH Exhibitor Products
Event to Showcase Distributed Automation Systems DistribuTECH 2010 will provide the latest information on water utility management systems, equipment and technologies.
Tampa, FL, March 23-25, 2010
Event to Showcase Distributed Automation Systems DistribuTECH 2010 will provide the latest information on water utility management systems, equipment and technologies. The focus will be on automatic meter reading, customer information systems, energy management, security systems and much more. More than 300 exhibiting water and power companies are expected to participate in the 2010 event with many offering products specifically targeting the water industry.
While DistribuTech has historically been an electric power event, over the last few years the DistribuTECH conference committee and staff have worked hard to build the water portion of the program. With an increase in water exhibitors and attendees every year, DistribuTECH continues to grow on the water side with even more to offer.
The need to upgrade and put new technology in place is a challenge for the water industry as it recognizes there are problems with aging infrastructures that need to be addressed in the near future. Streamlining operations and turning to automation to cut costs is just the beginning for this growing industry.
The Smart Water System session moderated by WaterWorld Digital Media Editor Angela Godwin will discuss the latest automated metering infrastructure systems and how they might be applied in the water market. Papers include: "What Water Utilities Can Learn from the Electric Industry about Smart Grid," presented by Don Schlenger, Vice President, R. W. Beck, Inc., and "Defining the Technology Requirements for the Water Smart Grid," presented by Bruce Bharat, with Elster Integrated Solutions.
In the session titled AMR/AMI for Water Utilities, a series of speakers will showcase actual installations and how they have benefited water utilities.
For more information on the Water Tracks at DistribuTech, please visit www.distributech.com.
Wonderware is a supplier of SCADA and information management software. The company provides a single, scalable, and unified software platform for integrating real-time information with all business critical operations and applications.
Wonderware Booth 330
For over 30 years, Honeywell Utility Solutions has been helping electric, gas and water utilities throughout North America manage their energy and water use. Honeywell's technology-driven demand response, energy conservation and smart grid solutions help utilities automate, conserve and educate
Honeywell Booth 2115
Survalent Technology Corp. is a premier provider of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. Since 1964, the company has provided more than 150 mission critical SCADA systems to utilities worldwide. Tampa Bay Water uses the company's SCADA system to deliver 160 mgd to 2.4 million customers. Serving six member governments with 20 points of connection, TBW operates 13 wellfields, 194 wells, and six treatment facilities.
Survalent Technology Corp. Booth 1331
QEI is a U.S. based supplier of SCADA systems for Electric, Transit and Water / Wastewater utilities. The company has developed SCADA equipment over four decades, with each generation built on experience gained from the previous.
QEI Inc. Booth 1137
Intergraph provides infrastructure management and operational support for the electric, gas, water, pipeline and communications industries. The company's fully integrated and open solutions for utilities include outage, asset and field force management, as well as solutions for critical infrastructure protection and operations command. Water utilities around the world use the company's software to support key aspects of water and wastewater distribution systems, including planning, engineering analysis, designing work orders and managing mapping, asset and maintenance records. The technology improves productivity, streamlines operations, boosts customer service and allows water utilities to make better, smarter use of their assets.
Intergraph Corp. Booth 1513
Datamatic provides advanced meter reading and field data collection solutions to water, gas and electric utilities. The Datamatic RSV enables utilities to shut off and reconnect water services without ever touching a wrench. Available as a handheld-operated, stand-alone system or integrated with the MOSAIC AMR network, the RSV is an effective solution to a host of billing, service & field issues.
Datamatic Ltd. Booth 1141
Oracle Utilities' flexible, standards-based applications and architecture help utilities innovate. Available stand-alone or as a pre-integrated suite, Oracle Utilities solutions in customer care and billing, work and asset management, mobile workforce management, network management, meter data management, and business intelligence are specifically designed for energy, water and service companies.
Oracle Booth 402
Automation and security in municipal and private water systems are imperatives in today's world. Whether they need to monitor tank levels, remote operations or water flow, FreeWave can provide utilities with a cost-effective solution that will get the job done in even the most marginal RF conditions. The company has been delivering 900 MHz radio systems since 1993 and over several product generations. Each generation is compatible with previous generations.
FreeWave Technologies Booth 640
R.W. Beck, an SAIC company, is a group of technically based business consultants serving public and private infrastructure organizations and financiers in the energy, water, wastewater and solid waste industries. The company's teams of engineers, hydrologists, and environmental scientists work with clients to solve complex watershed management issues as they relate to water supply, surface and groundwater quality, storm and surface water flooding, erosion, and habitat restoration. By using a comprehensive watershed-based approach to solving these types of problems, the company is able to develop integrated solutions for natural, consumptive, and growth-related water resource issues.
R.W. Beck Booth 948
Trimble offers a broad range of unique and specific productivity solutions for utility customers from the smallest local water districts through to the largest Investor Owned Utilities. The company's solutions include project planning and management; route selection; pipeline and transmission line construction and maintenance; machine control for site preparation and construction; survey solutions for planning, construction and maintenance; GIS data collection and in-field decision making; vehicle fleet management including schedule optimization; work management; staking; and outage management, among others.
Trimble Navigation Ltd. Booth 915
Bentley provides software for the lifecycle of the world's infrastructure. The company's WaterGEMS is a comprehensive and easy to use water distribution modeling application featuring interoperability across stand-alone, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, and MicroStation environments. From fire flow and water quality simulations, to criticality and energy cost analysis, to advanced genetic algorithm optimization, WaterGEMS comes equipped with everything utilities need in a flexible multi-platform environment.
Bentley Systems Inc. Booth 435
Tru-Check delivers high-quality solutions to electric, gas and water utilities. The company's wide range of services includes AMR device installation and maintenance, meter retrofit and testing, meter exchanges, meter reading, collections and related field services.
About Tru-Check, Inc. Booth 1554