Why Companies Fail to Unlock True Value from Smart Meter Solutions
Now available on-demand
In this webinar presented jointly by Aricent and Texas Instruments, we will examine how the choice of the AMI communication network is dictated by a myriad of factors including population density, preference of the utility towards CAPEX versus OPEX spend, existing coverage by cellular operators, cross-sell by utility to data services amongst others. We will also discuss how smart meters can move beyond being a 'commodity' and add 'true value' to consumers and companies alike.
What attendees will learn from this webinar:
Introduction to smart metering solutions
Building intelligent communications with the meter
Unlocking value from Advanced Metering Infrastructure
Handling the data storm at the Meter Data Management System
Applications - Completing the meter to cash cycle
Flattening demand peaks with Demand Response
Beyond smart metering - strategies for sustainable revenues
Benefits of attending:
You'll have a comprehensive understanding of the developments taking place in the smart metering solution chain
What are the strategies for broad-basing your product offering?
What are the common pitfalls to avoid?
Get to interact with the subject matter experts on approaches and strategies you can apply
Who should attend:
Product architects responsible for platform-related decisions on HEMS, home network equipment, smart grid infrastructure, utilities and service providers
Product management and technology teams involved in making platform choices for HEMS, home network equipment, smart grid infrastructure, utilities and service providers
Application Providers and ISVs seeking to gain insights into the strategies for deploying MDM solutions
Dinesh Singh, Assistant Vice President – Technology, Aricent Dinesh Singh is the Assistant Vice President of Technology at Aricent's Applications and Devices practice responsible for architecting solutions in the Smart Energy domain. He has over 24 years of experience in building solutions for Smart Meter Management, Telecom Network Management and Mobile Communications.
James Hao, Business Development Manager – Smart Grid Solutions, Texas Instruments James Hao is the marketing manager for TI's Smart Grid business unit, and is responsible for Worldwide Grid Infrastructure business development. He has more than 12 years of experience in industrial, wireless communication, and networking applications.