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    Landis+Gyr evolution meets the IoT revolution

    Landis+Gyr has been building the experience and products needed to cater to the Internet of Things for some time, which puts it in a strong position to realize the many new opportunities created by this rapidly accelerating phenomenon.

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    Smart metering market development in Europe

    While retaining its market leadership in Europe, Landis+Gyr has been presiding over a rapidly changing marketplace. 

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    Smart metering rollout in the heart of Europe

    Landis+Gyr was the supplier of choice for a country-wide rollout in the principality of Liechtenstein.

    Landis+Gyr delivered a comprehensive smart metering solution covering the entire European principality of Liechtenstein. The publicly owned utility Liechtensteinische Kraftwerke (LKW), the sole supplier of electricity in the country, decided to implement Landis+Gyr’s Gridstream® end-to-end solution to optimize customer service, enhance awareness of power quality and facilitate outage detection.

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    Meeting SAIDI/SAIFI requirements to improve grid reliability

    Landis+Gyr is working with Nordic grid operators to deploy smart meters and smart grid technologies to enhance power distribution quality.

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    Landis+Gyr & Toshiba: your partners for smarter energy

    Landis+Gyr and Toshiba are looking forward to their participation in this year’s European Utility Week in Amsterdam. The two companies have strengthened their position as the leading one-stop-shop provider of innovative solutions for the environmentally advanced Smart Communities of the future. Smart metering and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) are the stepping stones to a fully smart grid.

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    Unique yet interoperable

    According to Berg Insight, the rate of smart meter penetration in Europe reached 22% at the end of 2013 and is expected to increase to 60% by the end of 2019, resulting in 170.1 million installed units. Now that utilities are looking to replace their entire meter parks with intelligent devices, open international standards and interoperability are becoming more important.

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