Webcast explores AMR/AMI for water utilities

TULSA, OK, Dec. 1, 2009 -- With a rapidly changing landscape, how can water utilities not just adapt to different times but anticipate them? In an upcoming FREE webcast, Neptune Technology Group outlines the challenges and choices facing today's utilities, and details the solutions, from one-way AMR to two-way AMI systems...

TULSA, OK, Dec. 1, 2009 -- With a rapidly changing landscape, how can water utilities not just adapt to different times but anticipate them? In an upcoming FREE webcast, Water AMR/AMI -- The Value Proposition, or: Make Your Needs Known, Neptune Technology Group outlines the challenges and choices facing today's utilities, and details the solutions, from one-way Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) to two-way Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) systems.

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It's critical for utilities to understand their own unique challenges so that they can implement the system that works most effectively and efficiently to meet their needs. Some may require a flexible AMR system that saves time and money through monthly reads and leak, tamper, and reverse flow detection. Other utilities many need the types of data only two-way AMI can provide, such as hourly consumption data, District Zone Monitoring (DMZ) of individual neighborhoods and time-synchronized reads that compare every meter at once across an entire system.

By better understanding their needs and their options, utilities can take a more proactive role in customer service, water conservation, operational system integration, and other initiatives. This not only greatly improves efficiencies in the present but keeps utilities well positioned in the future.

Webcast Details
Date: Dec. 9, 2009
Time: 1:00 PM EST 10:00 AM PST 6:00 PM GMT
Duration: Approximately one hour
Presenter: Kent Murray, Vice President, Marketing, Neptune Technology Group Inc.

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About Neptune Technology Group
Neptune Technology Group is a leading provider of utility management systems, service, and support to help our customers manage their resources more efficiently and serve their customers more effectively. We are focused on providing systems with the best life cycle value to our utility customers. Our mission is to be the most valued partner of our utility customers. Neptune is committed to playing a vital role in the worldwide management of our precious water and energy resources. We understand the challenges utilities face -- and have the strength, commitment, and resources.

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