Mobitex Technology - Solutions - Energy

Energy solutions powering M2M growth

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Proven performance
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Remote collection of consumption data: electricity, gas and water

Load and demand management

Leak detection

Theft and tamper detection

Remote disconnect or reconnect of service

On-request readings

Enables remote programming of meters

Enables flexible tariffing


Data acquisition

Alarm and event management

Supervisory control

Data logging, reporting and archiving


Time keeping

Backup and failover

Configuration tools

Pipeline simulation such as leak detection and pressure profiles

Operators and suppliers alike predict that M2M applications will fuel a new wave of growth that will dramatically change the industry.

Mobitex has unique strengths in the M2M arena as a data-only and totally reliable network that is designed for short and frequent data exchanges with very low latency. By levering these strengths, many Mobitex suppliers and operators believe that significant business opportunities can be created over the coming years in specific application segments.

Adding to Mobitex’s strengths in the emerging M2M market is an open standard that has
stimulated the development of a wide range of hardware and software components. Competition amongst hardware manufacturers in combination with new advances in chip design are also driving down prices for modems to the point where wireless connectivity is a
viable option in an increasing number of M2M
applications. The number of software components is even greater. These range from
relatively simple connectivity products to complete, off-the-shelf applications for parking, for example. For custom applications, there are also many systems integrators with extensive experience of wireless data and M2M applications that are able to deliver complete solutions.

The energy sector is one of the application areas in which growth is expected to be substantial. In Sweden, Vattenfall and
Graninge have been using Mobitex for many years to monitor and control critical aspects of their power networks. In China, where Mobitex is regarded as a new technology, Electric Power Technology is implementing two pilot projects, each of which could grow to hundreds of
base stations with thousands of measurement points and serve as a model for local energy companies throughout China.


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Case studies
Security & surveillance
S1, Samsung, Korea Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board, Australia Jurong Island chemical Industries, Singapore
Energy Systems and Services (ESS), the Netherlands Birka Energy, Sweden
City Surveillance Department in Rotterdam, Holland Sayot, Turkey The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Sweden