LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GridComms, the premier global smart grid event focused on communications infrastructure and innovation, announced today that leading utilities deploying smart grid across Europe and the United States will be attending their event. GridComms is set to take place on October 22, 2012 at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel in London.
With analysts predicting over a trillion dollars of investment in smart grid over the next decade, this hot topic has enjoyed keen interest, opening new doors for companies specializing in communications technologies and applications. Topics to be covered at the event include:
- Building Utility Mesh Networks
- Wireless Networking Options Outside Traditional Mesh Networks
- Ensuring Reliability
- Securing the Grid
- Managing Data Presentment
- The Customer Experience
- Billing and CIS Systems/Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
- Building Smart Cities
- Home Energy Management
“The utilities industry is going through massive transformation, essentially upgrading and replacing legacy metering infrastructure to adapt to today’s wireless two-way communications technology. Along with the new infrastructure, there is an increased demand for data management and analysis, as well as web-facing applications that will help customers play an active role in energy management,” said Juliet Shavit, President of SmartEnergy IP™ and Founder of GridComms. “The floodgates are opening for companies that specialize in these critical areas to be a part of the dramatic change that is happening to the industry through smart grid.”
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To register for GridComms, visit www.gridcomms.com.
GridComms is the global smart grid event focused on smart grid communications infrastructure. From deploying and securing advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) to building smart cities, this show is aimed at bringing communications professionals together to discuss innovation, application, and management of smart grid networks. For more information, visit www.gridcomms.com.