Read thousands of meters per hour
We noticed that some utility districts spend 300 man-hours or more per month collecting and managing AMR meter data. What a staggering waste of time and resources! As experienced data -collection specialists, we just knew there had to be a better way . . .
DataFlyte’s innovative solution collects AMR data by air! After years of development and process refinement, we now have several patents and patent-pending processes that enable us to gather and deliver data quickly and safely with efficiencies of 95% or more.
While each utility district is unique in its terrain and density of meters, DataFlyte provides significant savings while allowing for better real-time system wide data collection. We will be happy to assess your AMR system and provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of what DataFlyte can do for you. What have you got to lose (except for a few hundred man-hours per month)?
DataFlyte, Inc. is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. The CEO, Jack Dischner, and the other co-founders developed this aerial meter reading solution and the company, DataFlyte, to respond to the need for utility companies to gain greater control over and insight into the resources they provide. Here are a few of our key team members:
DataFlyte President and CEO, Jack Dischner, is a well-seasoned entrepreneur and technology consultant with a proven leadership track record. He has almost 40 years experience in sales, marketing, management, strategy, product development, and forming strategic alliances. He has a background in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and the Westinghouse Education Center. He is a board member of SMRP (5K) and co-founder of AMP (3k), member of the Institute of Asset Management, and the Association of Iron and Steel Engineers.
Jack served as the Director for Strategic Market Development with CSI in Knoxville, Tennessee, before its successful IPO and sale to Emerson Electric.
As the President and Global Managing Partner of Commtest Intstruments, he propelled the company’s growth and market share until its ultimate purchase by General Electric. Thereafter, he went on to consult on a variety of start-ups with the University of Louisville and other institutions, prior to founding DataFlyte.
Daniel J. Morse
Dan Morse is a technology entrepreneur and attorney with expertise in business start-ups and real estate. In the past years, Dan has focused on transactional and civil litigation work for a wide array of clients ranging from large institutions to individuals, and still has a case pending before the United States Supreme Court. Prior to Data-Flyte, his notable start-up experiences include Hydrocore, SyncSlate, GoFiti, RentResolutions.com, Algalogic, and Appademia.com.
Dan holds a B.S. degree in Telecommunications from the University of Florida, and a Juris Doctorate from the Pepperdine University School of Law.
Dan is a founder of DataFlyte and serves as the Executive Vice President for Business and Legal Affairs.