This article looks at the impact of COVID-19 on the global smart meter market with a specific focus on the water industry.
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IHS Markit has selected Amazon Web Services to accelerate the deployment of cloud infrastructure to improve its business operations.
If increased energy efficiency is key in ensuring future energy demand won’t outstrip supply, then revenue protection is the only way utilities can survive the change.
Security concerns are pushing companies into using private networks when deploying Internet of Things (IoT), according to a study conducted by Omdia.
COVID-19 could drive more spend than ever before on ‘beyond-the-meter’ software and services over the next ten years
With over 800 million smart meters installed worldwide across electricity, water and gas, it’s fair to say the smart meter movement is...
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in China in late 2019, solar manufacturing was severely disrupted in the first quarter of 2020 notes says research agency IHS Markit, but the sector has the potential to reach full capacity by the middle of the year.
By 2025, LPWAN and cellular technologies will account for 1 in 5 communicating meters, according to research firm IHS Markit.