Here are some documents to download, written by our team to inform you.

LoRaWAN vs. LTE-M to read water meters

Many of our customers are asking what is the best approach to read their water meters wirelessly. Whether we are talking about LoRaWAN or LTE-M (cellular), both technologies allow for remote reading of water, electricity or gas meters. But if you dig a little deeper, it's clear that for this use case, being less energy consuming is a big advantage since the transmitter (wireless sensor) that reads the water meter runs on batteries...

New, improved approach for reading water meters

An increasing number of cities, municipalities and utilities are choosing X-TELIA's X-O platform for wireless water meter reading. This innovative solution seamlessly gathers hourly readings without requiring personnel involvement or costly cellular subscriptions. With such regular readings, it swiftly identifies leaks or issues in real-time, facilitating proactive management of drinking water distribution.

What is LoRaWAN?

"What is LoRaWAN?" is a brief overview of the wireless technology that is the new global de facto standard for the Internet of Things to connect battery-powered sensors wirelessly, securely, over long distances

X-TRAQ for fleet and asset tracking by LoRaWAN or cellular GPS

The X-TRAQ platform is one of the only ones in the world that can track vehicles or assets both via LoRaWAN or cellular GPS, and do so seamlessly. In addition we now have free mobile apps for IOS and Android to facilitate fleet tracking while on the road.

Remote reading of water meters in the municipal sector - Where do we stand?

Here is an article that reviews the evolution of technologies for reading water meters in the municipal world.

X-O - open platform for remote reading of water meters

X-O: Secure platform for remote reading of water meters or flowmeters with web and mobile interface (IOS or Android). Works with meters from most water meter manufacturers. Compatible with LoRaWAN wireless communication transmitters for water meters with encoded or pulsed interface.

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