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Preparing for a mass rollout of smart metering in Lithuania, JSC Energijos Skirstymo Operatorius (ESO) has started the active testing of NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things) technology. The pilot project aims to evaluate if meter data collection is possible by employing this technology and if its penetration in practice is higher compared to that of traditional communications technologies and sufficient to satisfy the needs of ESO’s business. Attempts are being made to identify whether this technology is sufficient for equipment control, maintenance, replacement and updating of software, a press release from ESO states.
ESO applies Narrowband Internet of Things: first results bring pleasant surprise
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