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Badger Meter elects new officers

[img:badger.thumbnail.jpg| ]Badger Meter, Inc. has announced that Gregory M. Gomez has been elected vice president - engineering, and Raymond G. Serdynski has been elected vice president - manufacturing.

Gomez, 43, has served as director of engineering since May 2007. He joined Badger Meter in 1984 as an intern with the Inroads program while a student at Marquette University. Following his graduation from Marquette with a degree in electrical engineering, he held several engineering positions at Badger Meter. He is a member of the Automatic Meter Reading Association and the Wisconsin Association of Research Management.

Metering trends 2018 – Badger Meter

Badger Meter, a leading global innovator and manufacturer of flow measurement, control and communications solutions, have shared the key trends predicted to shape the...

Badger Meter acquires GALAXY AMI technology

[img:meeusen.thumbnail.jpg|Richard Meeusen,
Chairman,
President & CEO,
Badger Meter
]Neuffen, Germany --- (METERING.COM) --- April 8, 2008 – Badger Meter, Inc. has acquired the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technology used in the GALAXY® fixed base network meter reading system from Miltel Communications Ltd. of Israel.


“We are seeing a growing interest in fixed base network AMI systems in the water utility industry,” said Richard A. Meeusen, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Badger Meter. “We have worked closely with Miltel Communications to evolve the GALAXY product line into one of the most advanced communication technologies in the industry. Acquiring the AMI technology from Miltel is a logical next step that enables us to invest in continuing to grow and enhance this product line.

Rural water district employs Badger Meter’s advanced metering analytics

The rural water district, Highway 71 Water District No. 1, is located between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas and serves 2,500 customers,...

Acquisition of Racine Federated, Inc. by Badger Meter

[img:meeusen.thumbnail.jpg|Rich Meeusen,
CEO, Badger Meter
]Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- January 19, 2012 - Badger Meter Inc. is to acquire flow measurement and process instrumentation company Racine Federated, Inc. in Wisconsin, USA and its subsidiary located in Thetford, England, for approximately US$57 million.

The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter 2012.

Badger Meter unveils mobile meter data solution

The company announced this week that its new solution combines the BEACON AMA software suite with ORION communication technologies to allow automatic synchronization of meter reading...

Badger Meter joins AT&T Smart City Alliance

Badger Meter, Inc. has joined the AT&T Smart City Alliance to provide cities with access to smart city water metering solutions. The two are...

Badger Meter unveils Advanced Metering Analytics solution

[img:meeusen.thumbnail.jpg|Rich Meeusen,
Chairman, President
& CEO, Badger Meter
]Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- February 3, 2011 - Badger Meter is launching an Advanced Metering Analytics (AMA) solution incorporating mobile and fixed network reading capabilities along with a host of automated utility management tools, designed for the unique needs of water and gas utilities.

New creation for multi-utility meter reading

Last year Badger Meter and Hunt Technologies formed an alliance to integrate Badger's ORION® technology with Hunt's TS2 two-way powerline carrier system. Hunt uses a patented ultra narrow bandwidth (UNB) technology to read meters remotely, without the need for expensive repeaters or line conditioning equipment. So far the system has been used exclusively on electricity meters, because of the logistics involved in getting reads from another type of meter into the electricity endpoint.

Improving operations and customer relations with AMI

By Darron Poulsen

Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems are becoming more popular as water utility companies are looking for ways to expand their customer service capabilities as well as improve their conservation efforts.

AMI systems utilising fixed networks systems are now able to capture daily reads with interval data down to every 15 minutes of consumption. This data is only available by having the meter interface unit (MIU) send a radio signal to a collection point that can be a mile or better away from the meter. The collector then sends the reads to the water utility for billing and analysis purposes.

Beaufort Jasper Water goes live with CIS solution

[img:bjwsa_0.gif| ]Okatie, SC, U.S.A. and Toronto, Canada --- (METERING.COM) --- December 4, 2008 - South Carolina-based Beaufort Jasper Water & Sewer Authority (BJWSA) has successfully completed the implementation of the CIS Infinity solution.

With the conclusion of the go-live phase, BJWSA is now able to bill their 40,000 water and wastewater customers using CIS Infinity. In addition to being a customer information and utility billing solution, CIS Infinity provides comprehensive functionality as a standard feature set. This ensures that all of BJWSA’s business requirements and more are met without expensive new add-ons or custom development.

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