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Mission Springs Water District: Turning Water Conservation Legislation Into An Opportunity to Save the District—and Its Customers—Serious Money, While Gaining Compliance

In 2017, Mission Springs Water District (MSWD) in California’s Coachella Valley received a grant to install the first-of-its-kind Smart Water Grid. According to Hank McCarrick, CEO and founder of Seco Sys (now Subeca), the system’s manufacturer, this new technology “allows water agencies, customers, and water-related services to concurrently engage in…
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What’s Missing In Today’s Water Management Systems

Smart Water Network Innovations: Getting Ahead of the Curve – Part 1 As upward pressure on public agency services costs—cities, water agencies, etc.—continues to increase, utilities must get smarter. Progressive leaders are looking for forward-thinking Smart City / Smart Agency initiatives. These include scalable communications networks with open architecture that…
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Ultra Network and Our Lora-based Water Meter: How it Works

As a platform, the Subeca smart water management system combines multiple technologies to provide users with the information needed to monitor their water consumption, record and report water meter data and communicate with water control devices. Most importantly, Subeca empowers all users within the water management workflow, including consumers, commercial…

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