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IoT solutions are crucial in helping utilities save energy, balance loads, manage renewable power and ensure more efficient use of their infrastructure.

Smart meters and other connected devices gather precise M2M sim data to optimise resources and build smart grids. To achieve this, utility companies depend on solid and secure device management at all times. 

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By using M2M solutions, utility companies can better manage and utilise resources

Smart metering: Smart meters monitor real-time usage for both consumers and utilities.

Water quality monitoring: Sensors measure water quality with data analyses to show trends. 

Leakage monitoring: District metering detects anomalies that indicate leakages in a local area. 

Renewable energy management: Monitoring guides the use of renewable energy sources and storage of excess energy. 

Asset management and maintenance: Monitoring helps determine the overall state of the physical utility infrastructure. 

Smart grid: Electrical grids respond to meet rapidly changing demand. 

Sale of power to the grid: Enabling home-generated or electric vehicle energy to be fed back into the grid. 

Improvement in productivity

IoT device management can significantly increase efficiency and transform the way we use our resources. It is vital to realise this potential while the world faces the tremendous threat of climate change. IoT devices like smart meters give consumers more control over usage while gathering data to help utilities build smart grids to manage resources better.  

But IoT in utilities is no small feat. The scale is immense, and utility companies are often constrained by the complexities of installing and managing reliable, secure connectivity for a vast number of devices. Utilities need simple IoT solutions that minimise installation and operational costs while ensuring uninterrupted and robust connectivity. 

HMD Connect Pro delivers such IoT device management. In partnership with Nokia WING, we provide a seamless IoT grid to support utilities. Our end-to-end system can be integrated quickly with CSP (Communications Service Provider) networks, delivering highly secure core network functionality on demand.

We offer full-service continuity between private and public wireless networks by supporting seamless local and wide-area coverage and public network fallback. The solution includes our easy-to-use Management Hub, enabling utilities to monitor and control M2M devices in real-time.

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With HMD Connect Pro M2M solutions for utilities, you will get

Exceptional reliability: Connectivity with reliability levels at 99.999% supports non-stop utility operations. 

High bandwidth: High-capacity connectivity to support advanced applications. 

Reduced complexity: No complex partner system, but straightforward nationwide/regional connectivity with one contract. 

Scalability: Up to 95% of the infrastructure is hosted in the cloud, making it highly scalable to support the rapid rollout of IoT devices on a large scale. 

Easy integration: Quick setup and secure integration to any legacy system and platform. 

Lower costs: Uniform SLAs (Service Level Agreements) and consistent operations reduce operational utility costs.

Future-ready: The cloud-native infrastructure supports multiple technologies and is ready for new utility applications technologies and is ready for new farming applications.

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