Novatel Wireless Selected by Capstone Metering for M2M Module in Cellular Smart Water Meter

Novatel Wireless Selected by Capstone Metering for M2M Module in Cellular Smart Water Meter

Novatel Wireless, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL), a leading provider of intelligent wireless solutions, announced today that it started shipping its machine-to-machine (M2M) Enabler® HS 3001 modules to Capstone Metering, LLC, a Texas-based technology company.

The module will be part of the award-winning IntelliH2O® water meter solution by Capstone and is among the first smart water meter solutions to include cellular capabilities in the meter providing connectivity over Verizon Wireless’ CDMA network.

Capstone’s IntelliH2O® intelligent water meter is a self-reliant, sensor-rich, communications platform designed for a remote, distributed network and incorporates an on/off valve that can be controlled by centralized, analytical management software. The IntelliH2O® Water Management System is a robust cloud-based water management solution that fully integrates with the suite of IntelliH2O® meters. The application may be accessed via desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone and offers an industry-leading suite of features including management of the IntelliH2O® devices with a few clicks, remote on/off of the device and monitoring/alerting capabilities.

Joe Peterson, VP of Sales for Novatel Wireless M2M Business Unit says:

“We are excited to be working with Capstone and bring cellular capabilities to strengthen their award-winning smart water meter solution.”

“Adding cellular capabilities to IntelliH2O® meters will enhance communications providing information, analytics and effective water management. We are proud to be selected as a partner and be a part of Capstone’s innovative solution for water conservation.”

“By adding an Enabler module directly into the IntelliH2O® meter, Capstone eliminates a utility’s headache and costs to support a wireless network,” says Scott Williamson, CEO of Capstone Metering. “We provide power with our on-board generator and rechargeable battery to utilize cell communications with each meter.”

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