June 2018, Vol. 245, No. 6


The Role of Smart Gas in the Smart City

By Dan Bennett, Director of Global Gas Marketing, Sensus The “Smart City” movement has emerged as the dominant trend in the utility industry as cities and municipalities seek to create smarter infrastructure and improve the lives of the citizens they serve. These cities now look to big data and the Internet of things (IoT) to create a more connected future, driving operational efficiencies and improving customer service while helping customers become smarter about their usage. Because many cities and municipalities own water and electricity infrastructure, these service areas provide a natural starting place for smart city solutions. Utilities can quickly capitalize by implementing techno

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