The company pioneers in its smart metering portfolio for smart gas market. In addition to that, the company now operates as an independent growth platform of the Toshiba Corporation, strengthening its smart gas product portfolio. However, this is expected to strengthen the features of its smart gas products, solutions and services.
USP : Landis+Gyr offers meters and solutions to utilities and end customers across the globe for improvising their energy efficiency, reduced energy costs, and sustainable usage of resources. The company provides meters (residential meters, accessories, commercial & industrial meters), software services & custom solutions (Gridstream software), and communication networks (personal energy management) under products category; customer intelligence (engagement with utility customers), advanced metering infrastructure (dynamic distribution system), and distribution intelligence (energy usage data, outage metrics) under solution category; and deployment, remote meter reading, data management, and other related services under service category.
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LANDIS+GYR Presence in Smart Gas Solutions
Landis+Gyr highly focuses on IoT technology for its utility solutions to gain a competitive advantage in the
smart gas market. The company operates in over 31 countries across five continents with a global client
base of about 8,000 customers with a global presence in the Americas, APAC, Europe, Australia, and MEA.
Furthermore, the company is one of the leaders in AMI deployment across the world. For instance, In
February 2017, the company was selected by Clay Electric Cooperative, a not-for-profit electric power
supplier, for the deployment of Landis+Gyr’s Gridstream AMI solution. This alliance was aimed at utilizing
AMI solution, which is capable of connecting meters and intelligent devices across the utility’s service
territory. The company operates as an independent growth platform of the Toshiba Corporation and is 40%
owned by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ).
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