Real-time energy insights for Asia Pacific

Thursday, 09 May, 2019

Real-time energy insights for Asia Pacific

A partnership between AI-powered energy analytics firm Grid4C and Landis+Gyr will address the energy industry’s next-generation use cases in Asia Pacific.

Grid4C will embed its predictive analytics software solutions in Landis+Gyr’s smart meters to deliver predictive insights at the grid edge with real-time decisions. This expands Landis+Gyr’s Grid Edge portfolio with its Advanced Application Platform (AAP) communications modules within its electricity smart meters.

The solution will provide utilities with granular operations and customer predictions which aim to improve operational planning, reduce peak demand, increase energy savings, deliver new revenue streams and increase customer engagement.

This core technology drives applications ranging from granular load forecasting and distributed energy resources optimisation to home energy management at the appliance level and the prediction, detection and diagnostics of faults for grid assets and home appliances.

These capabilities and alerts will be delivered in real time without the need to pull the smart meter reads all the way up to the meter data management (MDM) head-end through the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) network.

“Landis+Gyr is not only a market leader but an innovator in helping utilities maximise the benefits of smart meter investments, and we are honored to partner with them,” said Grid4C Founder and CEO Dr Noa Ruschin-Rimini. “By embedding the most advanced machine learning insights directly into their smart meters, we can help plan and optimise distributed energy resources in real time at the edge of the grid, prevent faults both on the grid side and on the consumers’ side, and help consumers manage their energy better.”

This announcement builds upon an existing partnership to deliver AI-powered energy analytics for energy providers in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

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