IoT research: 4.5 Billion 802.15.4 mesh devices by 2023

May 10, 2018 Wireless mesh sensor network standards have made 802.15.4 the predominant networking technology for the Internet of Things, according to global IoT research firm ON World,’s 802.15.4 IoT Markets report. “Illustrated by the 802.15.4 integration in Amazon’s Echo Plus, IoT innovations are proliferating due to low-cost multi-protocol chips,” said Mareca Hatler, ON World’s … Read moreIoT research: 4.5 Billion 802.15.4 mesh devices by 2023

Smart water meters maximising IoT to reduce water wastage

Metering.com May 7, 2018 Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Smart Water Meter Market, Forecast to 2026, states that smart water meter installations are expected to grow from 13.8 million units in 2017 to 82.1 million units by 2026. Water-stressed countries are leading the shift from traditional water meters to smart water meters, even as … Read moreSmart water meters maximising IoT to reduce water wastage

Duke Energy customers are centerpiece of company’s long-term strategy, CEO update

May 8, 2018 “We’re on a journey to deliver the experience our customers expect, says Lynn Good, CEO at US Utility Duke Energy. “As we continue to meet our customers’ changing needs, building a smarter, more resilient energy grid is essential. That’s why we’re making investments to improve reliability, integrate more renewable energy and provide … Read moreDuke Energy customers are centerpiece of company’s long-term strategy, CEO update

College Station’s electric utility gets ready for AMI roll out

<a href=”https://www.metering.com/industry-sectors/smart-meters/college-stations-utility-ami/”>Metering.com</a> April 30, 2018 <strong><em> The <a href=”https://www.metering.com/industry-sectors/data_analytics/direct-energy-lo3-blockchain/”><strong>Texas</strong></a> based College Station City Council has voted unanimously during its workshop meeting to move forward with AMI for its electric utility.</em></strong> Council members acknowledged the worth of AMI’s intangible benefits, in spite of the gap between costs and benefits in the break even analysis. According to … Read moreCollege Station’s electric utility gets ready for AMI roll out

President Obama Touts ‘Smart Meters’ at Clean Energy Summit

Posted on August 25, 2015 by SkyVision Solutions by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions  While primarily speaking about solar energy yesterday evening at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada, President Obama also naively touted the purported benefits of utility smart meters. I prepared a two-minute video clip of the President’s remarks at the … Read morePresident Obama Touts ‘Smart Meters’ at Clean Energy Summit