Sensus Success In The UK

Consumers can check the energy consumption and costs and thus CO2 emissions help reduce RALEIGH, N.C.., United States (September 27, 2013) – Sensus, a leading provider of CleanTech solutions, will deliver the core of communications technology for Great Britain. The Government is planning the introduction of intelligent (smart) electricity and gas meters in 10 million households in the northern region of Great Britain. Arquiva, as main contractor, will build the communications network and operate. We are delighted to deliver a technology UK, which helps to conserve resources and reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions,”said ‘ Lou D ‘ Ambrosio of CEO of Sensus. With 16 million FlexNet, the Sensus supports endpoints that are already in the United States in the use of technology of electricity, gas and water utilities to improve their operational and economic efficiency. Of course we will continue to pass on these benefits to customers all over the world.” The Northern region of in the UK, with Northern England and Scotland, includes a variety of urban and rural communities on an area of 113.255 square kilometers.

In this area are also six of the ten largest metropolitan areas of Britain with, among other things, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Sensus will link 16 million meters in 10 million homes with the FlexNet technology. The technology is based on open standards and supports IPv6 communication. This connectivity is part of the smart metering programmes of in the UK, which saves energy creates jobs and is a good example for CleanTech solutions in use. “The smart metering project in the UK to provide approximately EUR 8.14 billion in total savings.” This project will be of any country which the implementation of smart network thinking metering, closely followed”says Bob Lockhart, Research Director Navigant. “For the selected suppliers a milestone is to this project more global markets to achieve.” Sensus smart metering in numbers 16 million: smart meter network 10 million: households and small businesses in the northern United Kingdom be connected 1 company: Sensus is the only US company which involved project smart in the world’s largest metering is as the first installations at ScottishPower and Thames Water have already shown, the Sensus communication technology especially suitable, to achieve smart meters and other devices in hard to reach locations. The network ensures the interoperability of applications that communicate over the Sensus system and offering sustainable technological solutions for years to come.

Public Private Security Protection

Threats to critical infrastructures in a networked world of civilian security and the protection of sensitive infrastructures must be understood today as a joint task of State, society and the economy. The dialogue between public and private actors is therefore more than ever required for the protection of critical infrastructure. For the second time managers from industry, trade, management and representatives of authorities, military and politics in Berlin for the Conference meet from 22 to 24 March 2010 ‘ public private security – critical infrastructure protection ‘ the organiser AG. Under the chairmanship of Dr Heiko Borchert, numerous curing cooperation and design tools for the security be addressed in a holistic approach. What challenges through combined and interdependent crisis scenarios for KRITIS, portrays Peter Lauwe by the Federal Office for civil protection and disaster relief. With Rene you Bois the organiser AG was the head of unit Coordination Center crisis management by the Ministry of the Interior as Win speakers.

In his lecture, the participants learn, the role of the Federal Government in federal structures of crisis management. Another expert contributions International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Deutsche Lufthansa among others by the German Air Force Office, Allianz, Robert-Koch-Institut, measures for the prevention and emergency management from different perspectives discussed. Following the two-day conference program, the participants in an interactive workshop under the direction of Dr. Frank Umbach, senior associate, get to know Centre for European security strategies (CESS), aspects of risk analysis in interdependent structures. Active dialogue between public and private actors and the networked approach to State, society and economy to the protection of critical infrastructure to make the event a must-have for all security officers of both public and private actors. More at: the organiser AG organizes congresses, conferences, seminars and in-house training courses. The Events are characterized by a high degree of practical relevance and experienced speakers from academia and industry. Contact: Organiser AG Stephan Mayer Hauptstrasse 54 ch-8280 Kreuzlingen 0041 71 677 8703