Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) intends to acquire an AMI system and relatedproducts, software and services (collectively, the “system”), for all of its approximately 130,000
Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) intends to acquire an AMI system and related products, software and services (collectively, the “system”), for all of its approximately 130,000 water meters. The Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) is seeking qualified vendors to submit proposals to provide and install or oversee the installation by TMWA of an AMI System throughout its service area.
Tangible Work Products / Scope of Work
The basic components of the AMI system sought by TMWA include the following:
• Endpoints (meter interface units, or “MIUs”) capable of encoding, storing and transmitting meter reading and other data, such as tampering alerts.
• A communication network capable of collecting reads and alert information from the MIUs and transmitting it to a head-end computer system.
• Handheld devices and software necessary to program and/or initialize the endpoints and collect installation data.
• Head-end computer hardware and software required to collect, store, and manage the data which is transferred through the AMI system.
• A meter data management system.
• A customer web portal to display interval consumption data and other information.
• Cold water meters with AMI-compatible registers to replace some existing meters.
• The design, installation and testing of acceptable complete and working information interfaces between the system installation, head-end control, meter data management and presentation software/hardware and TMWA’s CIS and other
systems, such as its field work order system.
- Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG)
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