Energy creation and distribution has benefitted greatly from the emergence of M2M & IoT technology. The ability for energy providers to better manage their assets allows them to ensure maximum uptime, with early warning systems ensuring their operations aren’t dramatically affected by outages.
The data that can be generated from energy creation and usage allows for a dramatic increase in efficiency, which has been passed down to the consumer, who also have new smart metering technologies to make them more energy conscious.
The emergence of the Smart grid technology is allowing cities to cope with the increasing demand for power while balancing supplies with energy from renewable sources.
Adaptive Modules provides complete wireless SMART Metering applications and products. Connecting using a combination of local meshed networked devices (Meters) and master GPRS - 3G stations to send data back to a central server / database for web-based application viewing. Working with Local councils and utility partners we have proved our solutions and technology for many years.
Networks can be set up to make use of GSM connectivity, allowing you to access your data over the mobile networks, giving you added rigidity and failover options. The devices below are used in wide variety of smart metering applications, so if you would like to know which devices are suitable for your product, or would like more information, call us on +44 (0)1273 248977 or email@example.com.
While IoT and M2M technologies are commonly used to monitor the uptime and performance of renewable devices such as solar panels and wind farm, the data generated can now be more effectively used – through cloud big data.
The data generated on power levels generate at each site can effectively be used for planning and scaling of renewable energy sources as they creep up on existing non-renewable power generation methods, filling a never-ending need for more electricity. Once this data is uploaded to the Cloud machine learning techniques can be used to predict and plan for future usage and large-scale deployments.
On the smaller side, machine learning and big data can be used to optimisedecentralised, locally generate renewable energy, such as houses collecting energy through solar panels and selling extra electricity back into the grid. Clusters and groups can be remotely monitored to ensure maximum efficiency and uptime.
We have a selection of wireless IoT devices that are currently used in the renewables industry, as well as our IoT Airtime service, Adaptive M2M, which also includes online monitoring portals and the ability to send your data to your preferred Cloud platform.
For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0044 (0) 1273 248977