IoT stands for Internet of Things. The Internet of Things signifies the network of physical objects—“things”—that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the Internet.
Our AMR Devices are capable of taking data every 5 minutes. Data is recorded every 5/15/30/60 mins and then transmitted to our servers twice a day (every twelve hours).
Yes. Our technology is covered by strict UK and EU product safety laws. This ensures that our AMR Devices have high-quality and meet safety standards, regardless of your meter. We are committed to ensuring the highest health and safety standards, including strong systems to make sure any issues are identified and dealt with swiftly.
No. There is no need to shut off supply while our Engineers install our technology to your meter. A typical installation will take less than 30 minutes per meter and will cause no disruption to supply. Our device is installed onto the existing meter. We connect a pulse unit to the pulsed output and the...
No. Public Health England sees no risk or dangers to health from AMR. Public Health England, the Government’s agency on public health, has said that exposure to low power radio waves from LPWAN is many times lower than the exposure from Wi-Fi and mobile phones and is well within guideline levels.
Security has been at the heart of our AMR from its very inception. The system has been designed with top cyber security experts and has been specifically designed to prevent hacking. Our AMR System has its own closed, dedicated communications system to ensure the highest possible level of security.