Summary

Water and gas AMI systems can be perceived as vulnerable to severe weather due to various outdoor devices, radios, antennas, and other infrastructure. In this webinar Mike Roach – NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Director of AMR Field Operations – will share New York City's experience with its AMI system through Superstorm Sandy in 2012, one of the most destructive hurricanes in recent memory.

Join us to hear Mike discuss these topics:

  • Preparation for the storm
  • Impact on the city
  • Impact on NYC's AMI system
  • How NYC leveraged AMI data during and after the storm

Mike will also address lessons learned and provide guidance for how to be more prepared before a major storm.

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Speakers

Mike Roach

Director of Technical Services
New York City Department of Environmental Protection

Michael has worked for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection for over 30 years in various roles ranging from Meter Technician to Administrative Project Manager. He has been directly involved with projects such as universal metering, large meter repair replace program, meter accuracy testing, as well as the pilot, build-out and system maintenance of the AMI system.

David Rubin (Host)

Senior Director: Product Management
Aclara

Dave has been with Aclara for 6 years as the product manager for Aclara's water AMI system. He has been heavily involved with continuing to develop and harden the Aclara AMI system to improve resilience and reliability.

Overview

Title: Severe Weather and AMI – A Case Study

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Time: 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 hour

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