Smart Homes with Smart Metering
Smart meters put the consumer in control of their energy use, allowing them to adopt energy efficient measures that can help save money on their energy bills and offset price increases’ – Gov.uk
At Estafet we have a team of smart meter experts who have been helping utility companies tackle the complex task of connecting antiquated metering systems with complicated IT systems and delivering useful mobile applications.
We are working closely with Arqiva on the smart water project. The initial trial supports Thames Water track 1600 homes, with their individual household usage, leaks in the systems and unrecognised leaks to properties. As a scarce resource, the new smart water networks will provide improved network management, leak detection and improvement in customer service. The early results of the trials have been highly encouraging achieving first-time connections with nearly all meters using Long Range Radio (LLR) alone.
Check out the latest info on Smart Metering
Arqiva press release for the £625million contract to provide smart metering communication service