About Us

About Us

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Nighthawk designs and manufactures Mesh-Cellular Smart Grid AMI solutions for the utility industry.

Adaptiv®, Nighthawk’s next-generation AMI solution for utilities eliminates the complexity and

burdens of infrastructure while providing a robust platform delivering secure and expanded

capabilities.  Utilities can build-out their network any way they want regardless of propagation

studies or tower locations.  Significantly improves customer service without having to add high

paid IT staff to payroll.  Utilities can now focus on their core business and let Adaptiv grow at any

rate needed as budgets allow while continuing to reduce operating costs.

Utilities can now take advantage of a flexible platform while laying the groundwork for the city’s

future IoT needs.  As the city’s smart grid needs evolve Adaptiv is designed to change with you

continuing to add economic benefits.  Adaptiv’s next-generation mesh technology provides

exceptional capacity allowing for expanded smart city initiatives.

Nighthawk leverages best of class ANSI products from Itron® and Aclara® while adding

Adaptiv two-way communications, security and redundancy at no additional cost.  Add to that the Adaptiv

hosted software and you have a full featured smart grid solution designed to deliver an exceptional

ROI with minimal effort.



Nighthawk products are used throughout North America, Caribbean and Asia in a variety of mission
critical applications, including hardened and secure utility control.  We are building the future of Smart
Grid solutions for Water, Gas, and Electric utilities with our Adaptiv® device strategy.

Nighthawk is a subsidiary of McWane Inc, a leading manufacturer of ductile iron pipe, valves, hydrants,
and fittings.  McWane products make up the backbone of vital water distribution and wastewater
treatment systems throughout North America, dependably providing the U.S. with clean drinking water.
The company operates 25 manufacturing plants including 13 iron foundries across the United States,
Canada, Australia, China, Norway, India, and the United Arab Emirates.