Smart metering is being rolled out in many advanced economies but this is one of those times when lessons may best be learned from an emerging economy, in this case India.
In this exclusive interview, Jeremy Cowan talks to John Cronin, executive chairman of CyanConnode, about the lessons of interoperability, security, simplicity and collaboration.
Connected devices are becoming essential components for enterprises as they can drive significant connectivity and integration between systems and data. The increasing number of devices getting connected to each other generates a huge amount of data.
HM Power, a system integrator based in Sweden, provides smart metering and smart grid solutions to virtually all Swedish utilities. The company has an established customer base of approximately 650,000 smart meters and now has approximately 30% of the Ring Main Unit and advanced fault indication equipment market in Sweden. Following a Parliamentary Bill mandating hourly energy metering, [...]
Utilities will rely heavily on RF mesh networks as a key communication technology, according to new research commissioned by Silver Spring Networks, Inc. and conducted by Zpryme. The research measured communication network priorities for next-generation distribution grid optimisation for 350 utilities across the globe.
CyanConnode, the provider in narrowband radio mesh networks, announces receipt of a $10 million (€8.40 million) purchase order extension from its energy management systems customer for a smart metering contract in Bangladesh, South Asia.
CyanConnode, a provider of narrowband radio mesh networks, has received a purchase order from Genus Power Infrastructures Ltd for a smart metering deployment for the Indian state-owned utility Uttar Gujarat Vij Company Ltd (UGVCL).
Connected devices or IoT seem to have become the de facto solution for any industry, today. An increase in connected devices leads to increase in the amount of data transferred, stored, computed, and consumed across networks and devices.
CyanConnode Holdings plc, a provider of narrowband radio mesh networks, reports new purchase orders for 10,400 smart meters from Larsen & Toubro. These expand the deployment of CyanConnode’s smart metering solution at Tata Power Mumbai.
CyanConnode, a provider of narrowband radio mesh networks, has received a purchase order for 100,000 Panmesh software licences from HM Power Metering AB in Sweden.The licences are for smart grid and Internet of Things (IoT) implementations.
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