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August 04, 2015 12:13 PM ET

Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components

Company Overview of Sensus (Bermuda 2) Ltd.

Company Overview

Sensus (Bermuda 2) Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, develops advanced utility infrastructure systems, metering technologies, and related communication systems for the utility industry worldwide. The company offers utility infrastructure systems and support products, including advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) fixed network radio frequency deployments, automatic meter reading systems, distribution automation systems, demand response technologies, advanced metering and related communication technologies, products, and solutions; and water, gas, electricity, and heat metering systems, as well as involves in the installation and maintenance of AMI systems. It also manufactures pipe joi...

8601 Six Forks Road

Suites 300

Raleigh, NC 27615

United States

Founded in 1886

3,477 Employees

Phone:

919-845-4000

Fax:

919-845-3995

Key Executives for Sensus (Bermuda 2) Ltd.

President
Age: 59
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary
Age: 49
Executive Vice President of Sensus South America
Age: 51
Executive Vice President of Industry and Regulatory Affairs
Age: 69
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Sensus (Bermuda 2) Ltd. Key Developments

Sensus Delivers 4G Radio Module for Distribution Automation Devices

Sensus has developed a new 4G/LTE radio module for distribution automation (DA) devices that use 4G AT&T GSM/GPRS cellular networks. DA customers can remotely communicate with a range of endpoint devices in the field including capacitor bank controllers, reclosers and fault current indicators. These devices support network optimization applications such as Volt/VAR management, feeder communications and fault location isolation and service restoration.

City of Long Beach Gas & Oil Department Selects Sensus for its Smart Communications Network to Improve Operational Efficiency, Customer Service and Strategic Planning At the Municipality

Sensus announced that the City of Long Beach Gas & Oil Department (LBGO) in California has selected Sensus for its smart communications network to improve operational efficiency, customer service and strategic planning at the municipality. The program will include the Sensus FlexNet network to serve LBGOs more than 154,000 metered services, 50,000 new Sensus gas meters and managed software services. LBGO serves more than half a million customers and wanted a long term, scalable solution to better serve these customers while also encouraging conservation. A long-time Sensus metering customer, LBGO was pleased to find that Sensus offered the best solution for the current and future needs of the municipality. LBGO initially looked at a program to simply automate meter reads. But after thorough analysis of the capabilities of the FlexNet network, they saw that the benefits of the system extended well beyond monthly meter reading. LBGO realized that they could ensure that their software and technology would always be up-to-date with Sensus hosting both the FlexNet head end and meter data management system. The Sensus hosting and software as a service arrangement also ensures that LBGO has complete visibility to their long term costs. In the long run, LBGO will use this program to make strategic business decisions and investments. Sensus data analytics provide a full picture of usage, area needs and consumption patterns. Upon program deployment, LBGO will also save 160 vehicle trips per day due to remote meter reading. LBGOs deployment will last approximately three years with completion estimated for 2016.

Sensus Elects Matt Zafuto to the Position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster

Sensus announced the election of Matt Zafuto, executive vice president of corporate strategy and business development, to the position of vice chairman of the Board of Directors for the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster. The RTCC works to position the North Carolina Research Triangle region as a top location for clean technology. The organization brings together industry, government and academia to accelerate economic and technological growth in smart grid, smart water, advanced transportation, alternative energy and energy efficiency. Sensus joined the RTCC in 2012 as a founding board member.

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