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Berntsen Patents Technology Behind the InfraMarker

Berntsen Patents Technology Behind the InfraMarker

Earlier this January, Berntsen International Inc. was granted a patent for its inventive application of RFID and other technologies to the world of underground asset management.

Madison Companies Partner to Deliver Innovative Location-Based Solutions

Madison Companies Partner to Deliver Innovative Location-Based Solutions

As any long-standing company knows, success comes in the wake of purposeful transition. Change is inevitable but thriving companies drive transitions in anticipation of change, as opposed to waiting for change to drive them. Madison-based Berntsen International is a long-standing manufacturer and a leader in its industry. It is an example of a company that thrives through innovation.

 

Berntsen International granted patent to bolster underground utility locating

Berntsen International granted patent to bolster underground utility locating

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 3 -- United States Patent no. 8,947,205, issued on Feb. 3, was assigned to Berntsen International Inc. (Madison, Wis.). The patent, issued to William C. Rushing, VP of Research and Development at Berntsen, bolsters Berntsen’s InfraMarker line of products to locate and map underground utilities.

 

InfraMarker’s Innovative RFID System Featured in Underground Focus Magazine

InfraMarker’s Innovative RFID System Featured in Underground Focus Magazine

As highlighted in a recent edition of Underground Focus Magazine, the InfraMarker’s breakthrough system is taking this valuable technology into the future with an innovative new array of tools designed to change the way assets are mapped, located, and managed both in the field and in the office.

 

InfraMarker: A Smarter Underground Asset Management System Saving Municipalities Both Time and Money

InfraMarker: A Smarter Underground Asset Management System Saving Municipalities Both Time and Money

Municipal construction projects aimed at improving infrastructure are often some of the most expensive public works programs carried out by municipalities of all sizes. This financial burden is only made worse by the often-unnecessary relocation of underground utilities during the planning stages of utility operations. When it comes to projects affecting large swaths of city land, decisions like these are usually the result of convenience rather than financial efficiency.

 

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