Ill. town to host seminar on latest Itron water meter software

Itron Inc. and public works officials from the Village of Oswego, Ill., will present a web seminar (webinar) on a new Water Fixed Network 2.5 deployment, at 9 a.m. PST, Dec. 9...

Dec 3rd, 2004

SPOKANE, WA, Dec. 2, 2004 -- Itron Inc. and public works officials from the Village of Oswego, Ill., will present a web seminar (webinar) on a new Water Fixed Network 2.5 deployment, at 9 a.m. PST, Dec. 9.

Hear first-hand from Oswego officials how Itron's Water Fixed Network is exceeding their initial expectations. Public Works Director Jerry Weaver and Water Department Manager George Gurley along with Greg Myers, Product Manager from Itron, will provide a 60-minute dialogue on how fixed network technology is exceeding meter reading performance expectations in operational efficiency and cost savings. There will be a live Q&A session directly after the presentation.

The Oswego system, purchased from AMCO Water Metering Systems through their local distributor, Water Products, is one of the first in the country to deploy Itron's Water Fixed Network 2.5, a new generation of fixed network technology anchored by a more powerful meter endpoint. Designed specifically to meet the business needs of water utilities, Itron's Water Fixed Network enables water providers to achieve significant improvements in operational efficiency, safety, customer service and resource conservation.

For registration, see: www.itron.com/seminars/wfn.

About Itron
Itron (www.itron.com) is a leading technology provider and critical source of knowledge to the global energy and water industries. More than 3,000 utilities worldwide rely on Itron technology to provide the knowledge they require to optimize the delivery and use of energy and water. Itron creates value for its clients by providing industry-leading solutions for electricity metering; meter data collection; energy information management; demand response; load forecasting, analysis and consulting services; distribution system design and optimization; web-based workforce automation; and enterprise and residential energy management.

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