Denmark smart meter rollout
Copenhagen - Image credit: isMobile

Despite the size and complexity of the project, the Radius-Kamstrup cooperation on roll-out and operation of 1 million remotely-read electricity meters is right on time, budget and safety targets.

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The rollout project is almost done, now moving into the operation phase. The Smart Meter Rollout tool from isMobile together with the close cooperation with Kamstrup has been crucial to the success of this deployment project.

  ”First, to be successful with such a large and complex project, planning is key. We are very pleased with working with isMobile and their ability to tune processes and configure interfaces towards several systems involved in an Advanced Meter Infrastructure. We also wanted extreme high hit-rate for first appointment with end customer, efficient meter installation and quality control & follow-up. isMobile has delivered on all”, says Morten Winter, program manager at Kamstrup.

The Kamstrup-Radius cooperation to rollout 1 million remotely read electricity meters is a turnkey delivery including installation, with the Danish energy company Radius as the project owner. Initially, 1,500 meters were scheduled to be installed every day – in itself an ambitious target – but on good days, the number of replaced meters reaches 2,500.

Read more about Kamstrup here.

“Our Smart Meter Rollout tool has been selected for several projects in Europe during the last four years. We have learned a lot from these projects working with demanding and forward-looking partners. It feels like we’ve just started, let’s speak more about new large-scale projects to kick-off very soon.” says Mikael Bäckman, CEO of isMobile.