Severn Trent Water selects Itron for smart water project

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Severn Trent Water has selected Itron for the deployment of Itron’s advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solution in Warwickshire, England.

Severn Trent Water, as part of the Green Recovery Program, will be deploying Itron’s AMI solution, including 157,000 Itron smart water meters equipped with Cyble communication modules. Itron’s partner, Connexin, is providing the LoRaWAN network. Deployment of the Itron solution will allow Severn Trent Water to gain better understanding of water consumption on its network.

Severn Trent Water will be using Itron’s Cyble 5 communication modules to transform its smart meters into a connected data source, enabling the utility to efficiently capture and manage meter readings through an AMI database. This provides the utility with a better understanding of water usage.

Severn Trent Water is also using Itron’s Temetra, the next-generation mobile meter data collection and management solution, as a single meter data management platform to collect and manage meter data, whether via mobile meter reading or communication network.

“This project allows us to track water flow in the area, identify any loss of water across the network, as well as see exactly how much water is used, giving our customers improved control over their water usage while gaining a better understanding of the network,” said Rachael Kelleher, Green Recovery Contract Specialist at Severn Trent Water.

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