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Outdated metering technology has caused growth to plateau for many utility companies. Finding new revenue streams and increasing ROI can prove to be elusive without comprehensive strategies, including a direct consumer engagement program to improve communications with the endpoint user.
Landis+Gyr’s digital AMI revenue protection application uses consumer data to provide cost-saving opportunities for the utility. For instance, the app can automate the meter-reading process, which eliminates the cost of sending out a physical meter reader, and it can improve billing efficiency by simplifying rate structures.
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Improving utility operations and service starts with the digital sensing and two-way communications provided by Landis+Gyr’s smart metering technology. By delivering real-time data and advanced metrics, smart meters provide crucial insights that enable utilities to transform customer service, lower operating costs, and make more informed asset investment decisions.
Increase reliability and reduce operating costs with Landis+Gyr’s Advanced Grid Analytics platform. Using data from the AMI and distribution sensors that you already own, our full suite of applications will seamlessly integrate into your existing system to generate an extremely accurate model of your distribution network and deliver unprecedented planning capabilities and real-time optimization.
Wireless devices are increasingly being used for personal energy management. This provides a potential win-win opportunity for both the consumer and the utility: Consumers want the freedom to manage their energy consumption and utilities need to identify new revenue streams.
Meter Data Management
The industry-leading, highly configurable, and scalable "Validation, Estimation, and Editing" engine in Landis+Gyr's Meter Data Management System (MDMS) provides billing ready data, for every read, from every meter, every day. This ensures accurate billing on and off cycle each-and-every day.
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