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OmniSite will be relocating to a new facility at 203 W Morris Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225 in September 2015.


Just released- OmniSite will be relocating to a new facility at 203 W Morris Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225 in September 2015. The historic factory at 203 W. Morris was the former home of the L.W. Ott Manufacturing Company, which manufactured leather and upholstered furniture in the early 20th century. Ott was the first furniture manufacturer in Indianapolis in the late 1800’s. The building is in its original form, but remains in good condition; given its age. The warehouse has the original large oak Read more

Student Innovation Fund Helps Power First Recipient


A year ago, IUPUI announced Tom and Peggy Ward's $100k gift to the School of Engineering and Technology. We are happy to report the Student Innovation Fund has it's first recipient. IUPUI student Earl Han grew up with a love for cars, "all I’d talk about was cars, or so my parents say,” he states in the interview posted at IUPUI.edu. His team, which includes fellow IUPUI Motorsports grad Paul Lucas, plans to update the function and Read more

The GuardDog Mobile Android App is Here!


Our world class software has finally arrived for the Android. Now you can check alarms, run times, and see all stations from the palm of your hand. Screenshots From the Read more

GuardDog Updates: More Efficient Device Setup


Our Engineers are at it again! Their relentless pursuit of software perfection has just produced Copy to Device and updated Show Station Notes capability. Keep reading to learn more about these great new features. Copy to Device Our new Copy to Device feature is now available through the Device Setup page. This time saving option allows users to replicate the setup of one unit across many same model units with the click of a button. Utilizing Copy to Device is simple; complete Read more

Old SCADA Systems Need Updates to Meet FCC Mandate


The FCC Mandatory Narrowbanding deadline is fast approaching and as of January 1, 2013, “any equipment that is not capable of operating on channels of 12.5 kHz or less will need to be replaced.” The FCC added that, “it is likely that those who fail to comply will face serious penalties such as monetary fines or license cancellation.” If you do not currently have a plan or need assistance, please contact us immediately. What is Narrowbanding? Traditional land mobile VHF and Read more

GuardDog Updates: Streamlining Access to Data


The talented and relentless engineers at OmniSite have been busy adding additional features to our software and as a result GuardDog is getting a few updates. These updates will go into effect at approximately 10p EST tonight and will grant users a better experience by allowing streamlined access to the data they deserve. Here are the updates direct from one of our Senior Software Engineers:   The Dashboard is trimmed down. Device activity and the notifications pie chart are removed. This solves Read more

Your Equipment Needs a SmarteLight!

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The SmarteLight™ looks, feels, and installs like your typical alarm light. Simply attach it to the alarm output of any device and when the output is triggered the light turns on. Only, the SmarteLight™ does not stop there, it’s connected with the local cellular network and OmniSite’s cloud servers to give operators real-time alert notifications via text, email, and voice.

Once notified, the operator can login to our GuardDog Web Interface to see the alert and determine if someone should be dispatched for repairs. The SmarteLight™ has one output control as well, so operators can power cycle their equipment on/off from the internet or their Iphone. The SmarteLight™ helps operators save time and helps municipalities save money, making it the most cost-effective remote monitoring solution on the planet.

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OmniSite Launches Dynamic Graphing Feature

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We have released a brand new feature! Not long ago OmniSite launched web based graphing. Now we are pleased to announce the latest evolution to OmniSite.net: Dynamic Web Based Graphs.

Using our new Dynamic Graphs, web site users will be able to see their data in greater detail and customize the way it is presented. Read more


OmniSite Selected Top 100 M2M Company for Second Straight Year!

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The M2M Magazine Top 100 recognizes the most important and influential machine-to-machine technology providers as determined by its editors and advisory board. According to M2M Magazine, only 60% of last year’s members made the list again for 2006. OmniSite shares the top 100 with such notable companies as Cingular Wireless, Cisco Systems, General Electric, IBM, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Sprint Nextel, Verizon and Qualcomm.  Read more


>OmniSite Looks To The Future With Record Sales In 2002

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5th Consecutive Year of Increased Sales

Greenwood, Indiana – January 21, 2003 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced record sales in 2002. This is the 5th consecutive year of increased sales.

In 2002 OmniSite reported an increase in sales in all four quarters. OmniSite increased sales by 30% from 2001, and also sold 100% more XR-50’s and XR-100’s in 2002 than 2001. OmniSite is already on pace to set sales’ records in January and the 1st quarter for 2003.

Tom Ward, National Sales Manager for OmniSite said the following about 2002, “We believe this is just the beginning. We believe we can improve on those numbers in 2003. The reception I am getting on OmniSite equipment across the country is unbelievable. It makes my job as a salesman pretty easy!”

“I believe we haven’t even reached the tip of the iceberg. With our new patent pending Crystal Ball™ coming out in the first part of this year, we believe we can really give the customer a product that they truly want and need. We have always believed in our mission to sell the best American lift station monitors, and we think we have accomplished that goal with our last couple innovations, especially the Crystal Ball. Being a communications related company we feel that the Crystal Ball will change the way lift stations are monitored. With a low cost and easy installation the Crystal Ball is the next generation of lift station telemetry, plus the internet setup is as easy as 123.

“The Crystal Ball will replace autodialers, telephone dialers and SCADA systems. With our remote monitoring network already in place, the Crystal Ball will be heard like a bullhorn in the water and wastewater industries. The Crystal Ball will be a panacea for lift station monitoring. All I can say about 2003 is it’s going to be one busy year.”

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


>Pete Duty & Associates Newest Member Of The OmniSite Team

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Newest Representative for North and South Carolina

Greenwood, Indiana – September 15, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced its newest distributor of OmniSite equipment – Pete Duty & Associates. Pete Duty & Associates has agreed to be the exclusive dealer of OmniSite equipment for the states of North and South Carolina.

Pete Duty & Associates handles many of the same products they did when the company started in 1980 and have grown to cover both North and South Carolina with three separate offices and a service center. They offer a full range of quality equipment for wastewater and water pumping and treatment.

PDA has been a top representative for ABS and Smith & Loveless pumps for many years and offer local warranty coverage for these and many other of their extensive product lines through their service company, PDA Central.

Pete Duty & Associates is built on the commitment to provide top quality equipment and, most importantly, to provide the best backup of any rep firm in their market. They pride themselves on a reputation of never letting the customer down.

About Pete Duty & Associates

Pete Duty & Associates, Inc. started in July, 1980 as a manufacturers’ representative selling wastewater pumping and treatment equipment to the municipal market in North Carolina. Pete Duty & Associates has grown to cover both North and South Carolina with three separate offices and a service center.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


>Gasvoda & Associates, Inc. Join The OmniSite Team

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>Newest Representative for Northern Illinois

Greenwood, Indiana – September 1, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced its newest distributor of OmniSite equipment – Gasvoda & Associates, Inc. Gasvoda & Associates, Inc. has agreed to be the exclusive dealer of OmniSite equipment for Northern Illinois.

GAI is proud to offer the finest equipment and service available for the water and wastewater industries. Whether for municipal or industrial applications, GAI has the technology to suit the application. All products are backed by the most trusted service in the industry.

Founded in 1983 by Jerry Gasvoda, GAI has grown to a staff of 35 professionally trained “industry experts” ready to serve your equipment needs.

About Gasvoda & Associates, Inc.

Gasvoda & Associates, Inc. familiarly known as “GAI, has been the midwest’s most respected manufacturer’s representative, since 1983. The sales, service, and training facility is located in the heart of the assigned territory, in Calumet City, IL, 20 miles south of downtown Chicago.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit http://www.omnisite.com/, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


>Miller Pump Supply Signs Up As A Distributor

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Newest Representative for Northeastern Pennsylvania

Greenwood, Indiana – July 30, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced its newest distributor of OmniSite equipment – Miller Pump Supply. Miller Pump Supply has agreed to be the exclusive dealer of OmniSite equipment for serving Northwest Pennsylvania.

Miller Pump Supply represents the leading national brand names like Burks, Deming, Myers , Gould , Hydromatic and Patterson. They specialize, but are not limited to Sump, Sewage, UL/FM Fire, Vertical Turbine, Drum, Magnetic Drive, and Centrifugal pumps.

Miller Pump Supply has a full line of accessories such as control valves, water softeners and filters, tanks, self-cleaning suction screens, sand separators, controls and much more.

About Miller Pump Supply

Miller Pump Supply is a wholesale distributor serving north west Pennsylvania. For the last 40 years, we have been assisting industry, municipalities, institutions, homeowners and contractors in finding the right solutions to their pump and water system needs.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


>OmniSite Partners With Dakota Pump & Contol

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Newest Representative for North and South Dakota

Greenwood, Indiana – April 1, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced its newest distributor of OmniSite equipment – Dakota Pump & Contol. Dakota Pump & Contol has agreed to be the exclusive dealer of OmniSite equipment for the states of North & South Dakota.

Roy Schmeling was the original organizer of Dakota Pump & Control Co. Inc of Watertown, South Dakota and Dakota Pump Inc. of Mitchell, South Dakota. Roy Originally worked 13 years for Fairbanks Morse Pump Co. as a field engineer, calling on and assisting engineers and contractors with hydraulic problems and pump selections in the states of North and South Dakota.

Fairbanks Morse Inc. of St. Paul MN shut down it’s district office in 1965, at which time they offered the distributorship of their products for North and South Dakota to Roy. He then started Dakota Pump & Control Co. in Watertown, SD. Dakota Pump & Control Co. purchased Sanders, Inc. in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and began to manufacture Packaged Lift Stations with Roy Schmeling serving as President and Jim Sanders as Engineer / Plant Manager. After manufacturing for approximately 2 years in Sioux Falls, the business expanded and moved to Mitchell, SD with help of ideas from Carl Sheesley, a large local Mechanical Contractor and other local investors.

No longer being able to keep up with managing of both firms, Roy sold off his share of the Mitchell, SD plant to devote total time Dakota Pump & Control Co. of Watertown, SD. Roy Schmeling retired in 1986 and turned over operations to Larry Schmeling and Rod Redlin. In 1994 Rod and Lana Redlin acquired Dakota Pump & Control Co, Inc. and are presently the owners and operators.

About Dakota Pump & Control Co, Inc.

Dakota Pump & Control Co, Inc. is engaged in the sale and service of Water & Wastewater Pumps, Control Systems, Telemetry Equipment, Packaged Sewer & Water Systems, Steel & Stainless Steel Bolted Tanks, Control Valves, Truck Cranes and Maintenance & Preventative Maintenance Programs also available, along with complete station rehab including; piping, valves, control equipment and stainless steel accessories.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


>OmniSite Teams Up With BBC Pump & Equipment

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Newest Representative for Indiana

Greenwood, Indiana – March 15, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced its newest distributor of OmniSite equipment – BBC Pump & Equipment. BBC Pump & Equipment has agreed to be the exclusive dealer of OmniSite equipment for the state of Indiana.

BBC is located at 1125 West 16th Street in Indianapolis, Indiana since 1982 and currently occupies 11,000 square feet of building space. This facility is centrally located so that they can service their customer base in the state of Indiana.

BBC’s mission is to provide customer oriented service through the proper application of quality pump equipment. Since their inception, they have grown to employ twenty-four people. BBC currently has three outside sales people in the Industrial market, four outside sales people in the Municipal market, one outside sales person in the Fire Protection market, seven inside sales support people and nine people involved in their service department.

BBC is associated with several manufacturers of quality pumping equipment that allows them the ability to solve most any liquid pumping application.

About BBC Pump and Equipment

BBC Pump and Equipment Company, Inc. began operations in July of 1981 as a distributor of pumps and associated equipment. The three founders, Bill Baar, Dell Brinker and Bill Crandall had all worked for a major pump manufacturer. The three wanted to establish a distributorship to service the state of Indiana in the Industrial, Municipal and Fire Protection markets.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.


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OmniSite Releases the XR50

Greenwood, Indiana – January 1, 2001 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced the release of the XR-50 Micro RTU, which provides the functionality of a telephone alarm dialer and telemetry radio in a micro-miniature hardened package.

The XR-50 is a cellular modem module capable of monitoring ten alarm contacts, and can deliver a user notification via e-mail, pager, or standard voice. All ten alarm input channels are optically isolated for superior lightning protection. The XR-50 is also excellent for CSO monitoring using the optional solar power supply.

The XR-50 is user configurable via the internet using a standard web browser, allowing the user to monitor and configure their equipment worldwide. Additionally this low cost unit provides nationwide monitoring capabilities from a central location without long distance telephone charges. Monthly service fees are 50% less than standard telephone lines, and coverage is available for 98% of the U.S.A. and Canada.

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us at sales@omnisite.com.