Sensus offers customers chance to ‘test drive’ products and solutions

Feb. 3, 2015

RALEIGH, N.C. — Through the Research Triangle Park demo lab environment, customers can experience leak detection demand response, automation control, data analytics solutions, meter reading and lighting control.

RALEIGH, N.C. — Sensus announced it will offer customers a chance to “test drive” products and solutions at its Research Triangle Park demo lab, according to a press release.

Through the demo lab, public service providers, including utilities, can see firsthand how Sensus’ technology and data-driven solutions can help them do more with their infrastructure, stated the release.

The release reported that customers can experience leak detection demand response, automation control, data analytics solutions, meter reading and lighting control within the Research Triangle Park demo lab environment.

"The demo lab is another example of how Sensus partners with its customers in responding to their needs — both today and in the future," said Sensus Vice President of Engineering Dave Ayers. "With its 13,000 gas, water, electric and outdoor lighting endpoints, a smart home, and working water tower and sink, the facility is a haven for demonstrating infrastructure monitoring and control."

You can find the release here.

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