In a series of white papers based on extensive research, we will be taking a closer look at the benefits utility customers receive from Managed Services and evaluating the key criteria for services vendor selection.
Landis+Gyr will deliver an end-to-end smart metering solution to Olofström Kraft in Sweden. The second-generation technology utilizes NB-IoT for communication and is provided with our Software as a Service (SaaS) model.
Increasing amounts of data, interconnected utility infrastructures, regulation and a general awareness of security and privacy issues raise the pressure also on smart metering security. E360 is our response to the most stringent security requirements.
Smart meter rollouts are unique projects that present utilities with a different set of challenges and complexities, compared with day-to-day operations. One that is well-planned and well-executed can save on time, cost and resources.
Communication technology is a key consideration when choosing a smart metering solution. What are the pros and cons of RF-mesh, PLC or Point-to-Point technologies in our case? Should we go for integrated or modular technology in the meter? Until now,…
The world of telecommunication is changing rapidly – and the energy industry is very much affected by it. A significant part of the installed base of industrial electricity meters relies on connectivity services provided by telecommunication providers. And when these…
They say that education is key, but according to a survey of more than 1,000 Aussies living in Melbourne and Sydney, we're not getting enough of it when it comes to our energy bills. This article was originally published by Mozo.
In an eight-month pilot project, LKW and Landis+Gyr are testing the potential of Advanced Grid Analytics for typical utility company processes in medium- and low-voltage networks. The aim of the pilot project is to demonstrate the effectiveness of smart meter…
Managing distribution assets is a key consideration for utilities, as they look to maximize the life of existing and new asset investments. With Advanced Grid Analytics, the AMI data can be harnessed to help utilities make sound strategic investment decisions.
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