How does IoT with eSIM transform smart meter rollouts?
Join us, with expert speakers from Kigen, Kamstrup , and Vodafone to explore leveraging eSIM IoT for smart meter rollouts success during this webinar on Tuesday 9th January at 3 pm GMT / 10 am EST.
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Drivers of eSIM adoption in smart meters:
- OEMs turning to smart metering enabled by cellular low power wide area (LPWA) network connectivity built for IoT
- Chip-to-cloud security for trusted data services that optimize energy efficiency
- eSIM offers scalability and can support large volumes of devices
A secure, scalable, and sustainable solution
Embedded SIM (eSIM) technology is built to reduce metering manufacturing costs and scalability issues. IoT enhances smart meter deployments by supporting reliable continuity of data service with end-to-end security from chip to cloud. It provides metering OEMs, ODMs and smart energy providers with security on IoT modules and access to the world’s top IoT and LPWAN connectivity providers.
Smart meter deployments future-proofed
eSIMs not only ensure continuity of service but also simplifies deployments. With the ability to change cellular profiles, OEMs can create a single line of meters that can be deployed anywhere in the world and then configured for local deployments after manufacture. In case of poor network coverage, the eSIM profile can be easily changed to another operator since the device can support multiple cellular technologies for seamless remote switching.
Connecting the Smart Grid
With end-to-end security solutions, eSIM has the potential to transform the way we integrate renewable energy sources into the smart grid. eSIMs facilitate interoperability among smart sensors to enable seamless integration within the smart grid infrastructure. As the grid electrifies, cellular IoT brings a more sustainable and efficient energy solution for the future with an exciting choice of evolving connectivity standards.
In this webinar, we will explore:
- The value of eSIM in electric, gas, and water smart metering
- Impact of increased connected devices on security and the utility infrastructure
- Profile customization of devices before leaving the factory
- Choosing the right cellular IoT technology and swapping connectivity provider remotely
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