Mark Serres

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Mark Serres
Name Mark Serres
Company USCubed
Company Position CTO
City, State Huston TX
Country United States
Sectors Utility


Automated Meter Reading.jpg Leveraging Existing Automated Meter Reading for a Smart Alert Response Technology
The City of Houston is 10,062 square miles (26,060 km²), with 6,950 miles (11,184 km) of sewer pipeline ranging in size from 6 to 144 inches (15 to 365cm) in diameter and including approximately 123,000 manholes. Houston uses the Automated Meter Reading (AMR)/Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI) network for identification and mitigation of Sanitary Sewer Overflows as part of the City's system-wide operation, maintenance and management plan. Houston calls this plan AIM (Automated Infrastructure Monitoring).