Improve energy efficiency.

Track consumption. Monitor assets

The process of energy distribution begins from power plants generating electricity that is delivered to customers through transmission and distribution power lines.

High-voltage transmission lines, such as those that hang between tall metal towers, carry electricity over long distances to meet customer needs.

With long-range wireless area network (LoRaWAN) technology, energy distribution companies can remotely monitor transmission lines, power generating stations and sub-stations.
They can track energy losses, high voltage and disconnections and also track energy usage by end-users. Here, we will explore just some of the smart monitoring applications and how energy distribution companies can utilize IoT sensors.

Simplify the Management of Energy Utilities

• Track energy distribution lines.

• Monitor usage by customers.

Comply to Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) regulations

• Track and reduce rodent activities.

• Detect smoke and fire.

Improve Security in Supply Chain

• Protect against theft.

• Track bill payment.

Optimize Processes for Better Administrative Planning

• Monitor staff presence.

• Verify staff timely attendance.

• Monitor solar battery life.

• Automate building facilities.

• Track inventory levels.

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