(CASE STUDY:) January 3, 2013 — Mobile connectivity is enabling utilities to more effectively manage the supply and demand of consumers’ energy and water use. A good example of this is EDP’s Smart City Project in Portugal, Évora InovCity
The mass UK adoption of smart technology, including smart grids and smart meters, is sparking energy and water suppliers to invest in customer engagement strategies and technology to meet the increasing pressure on customer service, according to a new report from Aspect.
Boulder, CO, USA — Electric, gas, and water utilities have long used public cellular networks (pictured) to link field devices to the utility’s central operations systems. Until recently, however, the use of such networks in the utility sector has been limited, primarily due to restrictive pricing and perceived technical limitations. Yet there is now a shift in how utilities view [...]
Event date: 8th October 2012 Abu Dhabi
The Middle East is in the nascent stage of foraying into the Smart Grids sector with successful deployment of pilot programs of Smart Meters fueled by further expansion in various parts of the GCC.
Event date: April 24-25, 2014 London, United Kingdom
M2M World Congress 2014 claims to be the world’s leading M2M conference focusing on M2M communications, M2M applications and M2M solutions. These cover a wide range of industry verticals including automotive, healthcare, asset and fleet management, manufacturing, security, retail point of sales, smart grids, smart homes and [...]
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