Smart Energy International invites you to be part of this must attend event to cover every aspect of advanced/smart metering and customer management.

To validate this free exhibition pass visit Quote validation code: MI08.

Visit us at booth number 507!

Monday April 21, 2008
11:00 am – 6:30 pm
Tuesday April 22, 2008
09:00 am – 2:00 pm
Dress code: Business casual
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, California, 92101
Phone: 619 291 2900
Fax: 619 692 2337
US Phone: 888 559 8017
US Fax: 413 487 6276

By validating your FREE ticket online before the event you receive the following benefits:

  • Complimentary access to the reception on April 21, 2008 sponsored by
  • Complimentary coffee, snack and beverage breaks throughout the exhibit hall
  • Complimentary trial subscription to Smart Energy International

Event highlights include:

  • Water track: A dedicated track identifying key issues relating to water AMR/AMI implementation and enabling you to engage with peers experiencing mutual concerns.
  • Smart sessions: Each of the “Smart Sessions” at Metering, Billing/CIS America 2008 will place a key issue under the spotlight for detailed analysis and interactive discussion. A chosen selection of high profile professionals from an array of utilities, vendors, consultants and other authorities in the metering field will be seated at roundtables during this breakfast session. This will allow for the opportunity to communicate directly with one another, and to discuss corresponding issues in an attempt to find solutions to familiar problems. During the session, the session leader will give a presentation, introduce the relevant subject matter and pose a series of scenarios or questions to the audience. Following that, each group is given an allotted time to discuss the issues and to propose solutions. Afterwards, an elected spokesperson from each roundtable will give a short report on his/her group’s debate.
  • Pre-conference and post-conference workshops and training:
    • Home Area Networks (HAN): pre-conference seminar
    • AMI Star Wars: Featuring issues around cyber security and data privacy
    • MDM America: post –conference workshop
  • Exhibition featuring the products and services on offer to the customer-end technology sector as well as a showcase of sponsors who will demonstrate their latest technologies including: ista North America, Echelon, Elster, Oracle, Silverspring, Trilliant, Cason Engineering, Certicom, Enspiria, MeterSmart and Sensus Metering, Tenderil and Touchwork.

Some of the companies you will see on the exhibition floor include:

Aclara; Brooks Utility Products; Cason Engineering; Datamatic; Detectent; EKA Systems;  Elster; Energy ICT; Gruner AG;  Ista; Itron; J&D Electronics; KG Technologies; Landis+Gyr; Marwell Corporation; Meshnetics; MeterSmart; Smart Energy International; Neuhaus; Olameter; Oracle; Panasonic; PLMA; RouteSmart Technologies; SDG&E; Sensus Metering Systems; Simply Automated; Spintelligent; Tantalus; Telit Wireless Solutions; Telvent; Tendril; Touchwork; TransData; Trilliant; Yitran; Zigbee Alliance
Whether you are an industry veteran or a newcomer to this exciting field, piece it all together and make sure you are in San Diego in April 2008!

Companies you will meet at the event include:

Alclaratech; American Water Co; Anaheim; Anajet; Apogee Interactive Inc; Applied Energy Group; Atalum Wireless SA; Automated Energy; Avista Utilities;Demand Side Management; Azusa Light & Water Dept; Badger Meter Inc; BC Hydro; Belmont Municipality Light Department; BPL Global Limited; Bryan Texas Utilities; California Center for Sustainable Energy (SDREO); California Clean Energy Angel Fund; California Energy Commission; California Urban Water Conservation Council; Capgemini (USA); Certicom; Certicom Corporation; City of Alexandria; City of Carlsbad California Water Department; City of Dayton Water; City Of Henderson; City Of Houston; City of Mesa; City of Ottawa; City of Philadelphia/WRB; City of Philladelphia; City of San Luis Obispo; ClickSoftware Inc; Cognera Corporation; Cognetive Systems; Cognyst Consulting; Community Energy Cooperative; Consumers Energy; Corn Belt Energy Corp; Cucamonga Valley Water District; Current Group; Customer Performance Group LLC; Davis Engineering; DC Water & Sewer Authority; Detroit Edison; Digital Electric Solutions; Dominion Energy; Dominion Virginia Power; Dr Neuhaus Telekommunication; East Bay Municipal Utility District; Echelon Inc.;Service Provider Group; Ecology Action; Edison Electric Institute; EG Utility International A/S; EGW Systems Inc.; Elster Electricity LLC; eMeter Corporation; eMeter Strategic Consulting; Energate Inc.; Energy ICT; Enernex; EnerNex Corporation; EPRI; Fifth Generation Systems Ltd; Florida Power & Light Company; Foley and Lardner; Georgia Power Company; Global Smart Energy; Good Cents Solutions; Goodcents Solutions; Great River Energy; Greater Cincinnati Water Works; Grid Net. Inc.; Gruner AG; Herb Hirschfeld; Hitachi; HP; IIIT; Infosys Technologies Ltd; ISTA; Ista North America; Itron; JEA; Kasembundit; KEMA Inc.; Kit Carson Electric Co-op; Korea Electric Power Research Institute;Power-Line Communica; LS Industrial Systems; Madison Gas & Electric Company; Marquette Board of Light and Power; Maxim Integrated Products Inc.; McMinnville Electric System; Met-Ed a FirstEnergy Co; Smart Energy International; MeterSmart; National Technical Systems; New York Independent System Operator; NexLevel Information Technology; Nexus Energy Software; Nicor Gas; NIPSCO Industries; Occam Networks; Olameter Corporation; Oncor Electric Delivery; Ontario Energy Association; Oracle Utilities; Pacific Gas & Electric Company; Padre Dam Municipal Water District; PCN Technology; PG & E; PNM Resources; Portland (OR) Water Bureau; Portland General Electric Company; PPL Electric Utilities; Principal Plexus Research; QUALCOMM Wireless Business Solutions; Quatech; RW Beck/Plexus; Rappahannock Electric Coop; Regis-Breitingen; Rich Consulting; RouteSmart Technologies Inc.; S3C; Sacramento Municipal Utility District SMUD;  Salt River Project Power District; San Diego Gas & Electricity Corp; SAP America;  Saskatoon; SDG&E; Sempra Energy Utilities; Sempra Global; Sensus Metering Systems; iemens Canada Limited; Silicon Laboratories; Silicon Valley Power/City of Santa Clara; Simply Automated; Southern California Edison; Southwest Gas Co.; Spintelligent LLC; Sprint Capital NW Inc; Tantalus Systems Corp; Tatung Company; Telit Wireless Solutions; Telvent; Tendril; Terasen Gas Inc.; Terasen Gas Inc.; Texarkana Water Utilities; Toronto Hydro Electric System Limited; Town of Cary; Tri-County Electric Co-op; Triton Water Technologies of CA; Tuolumne County Pub Power Agency; Tuolumne Public Power Agency; Twenty First Century Communications; University of Ottawa;Faculty of Engineering; US Metering & Technology; Utilimetrics (formerly AMRA); Utility Consumers’ Action Network; Utility Integration Solutions; VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank; ValuTech Solutions; Westar Energy Inc; ZigBee Alliance