At Master Meter Inc., we are excited to celebrate Global IoT Day on April 9. With our innovative advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and automatic meter reading (AMR) technology, who can blame us if we geek out about a day called #IoTDay? The internet of things simply means any object with an on/off switch that can […]
World Water Day is March 22 but the celebration around water started early on March 14-15 at the Water Gala and Innovation Forum hosted by Imagine H2O. The Water Gala is when Imagine H2O showcases the water tech startups applicants selected for the current year. These companies will be given the resources to develop, launch, […]
Clint Eastwood, the film industry icon, once said, “Aging can be fun if you lay back and enjoy it” #SaidNoWaterUtilitiesDirectorEver. Sorry Mr. Eastwood, you’ve clearly never experienced life in water utilities. The water industry is constantly grappling with old versus new. The moment a piece of infrastructure is put in the ground, it’s aging. If […]
At Master Meter, Inc we pride ourselves on being technology partners to water utilities for more than four decades. We work hard to stay in tune with industry trends so that we can offer our customers cutting-edge technology. We realize though, that our customers may not share our techie tendencies. We wanted to shed some […]
We are incredibly excited to launch our new website. We built it with you, our customers, in mind. We hope that the new format will make it easier to find the information that you need. The new year is right around the corner and we’re kicking off 2018 with a new mindset. We want Master […]
Those following headlines about water services are likely all too familiar with the city of Sacramento. The Californian capital has had more than its fair share of water issues, from dealing with the state’s water scarcity problems to a recent lawsuit charging hexavalent chromium contamination in local water supplies. And the city is now in […]
As the water infrastructure crisis frustrates policymakers across the country, an increasing number of water managers are looking to sensors and big data as ways to cut costs and save customers from rate hikes. Busted water mains and leaky pipes are challenging water systems across the country. The definitive report on infrastructure, issued last month for the first time in four years, put a spotlight on the deep challenges the nation faces in upgrading its water and wastewater systems.
How can sensors make cities smarter? A group in the U.K. known as the Flood Network provides one example. The group installs sensors in streams, river, and even ditches to send flood warnings to local residents, according to Sourceable.