IoT Helps Utility Detect Gas Leaks, Analyze Consumption

By Claire Swedberg

A Japanese gas company is leveraging a solution from Kiwi Technology using Semtech's LoRaWAN ICs to transmit gas-meter data to not only monitor each site's gas usage, but also detect and analyze changes.

Detecting and Preventing Risks in Volatile Environment Enhanced Features of LoRaWAN Class B Leading a Trend to More Applications with One System Internet of Things (IoT) company Kiwi Technology is offering a new network control unit (NCU) to provide utility companies with wireless connectivity for capturing intelligence regarding the conditions and health of the entire gas network, as well as the consumption within each household or building. The a...

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