January 2019, Vol. 246, No. 1


Remote, Real-Time Monitoring Prevents Potential Problems

By Dan Bennett, Sensus Natural gas leaks continue to be a challenge for gas utilities off all sizes. With the ability to affect both safety and revenue, utilities face the ever-present need to prevent leaks. When leaks do happen, the service provider must detect and address them as quickly as possible. With utilities adding more and more residential and commercial endpoints to their distribution systems, the need to prevent and detect leaks has never been more challenging – or more critical. Thankfully, advanced technologies have emerged that allow utilities to harness new capabilities such as data analytics and remote monitoring to stay on top of leaks and address them before they create

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