YearBook


Back to listing

Diehl Metering is a corporate division of the Diehl Group, headquartered in Nuremberg. With a total annual turnover of 3.75 billion euros, the technology company employs around 17,200 people worldwide.

The corporate division Metering supplies solutions for the intelligent use of water, thermal energy, gas and electricity.

Diehl Metering provides smart metering solutions to utilities companies through the intelligent networking of various metering devices into larger data platforms. These solutions offer transparency for utilities and municipalities, and enable considerably increased efficiency in reading, billing and service processes. Diehl Metering’s customers are also able to benefit from real-time effects such as early recognition of leaks and the optimisation of distribution networks through intelligent information regarding prompt adjustment of the offer to suit actual needs.

With Diehl Metering utilities are already perfectly equipped for smart metering as an important component of smart city concepts. Thanks to more than 20 years of experience with the company’s own radio technology, Diehl Metering has at its disposal excellent expertise in communications within the Internet of Things. Moreover, security of customer data has the highest priority.

Further information at www.diehl.com/metering


Selected References: Implementation of HYDRUS ultrasonic water meters to address challenging Carribean weather and environmental conditions. The implemented Fixed Network represents Jamaica’s next step in the direction of digitalising water production.

  • Jamaican National Water Commission (NWC), Kingston, Jamaica

Selected References: Installation of a drive-by AMR system to take readings from more than 1.2 million water meters in Manila, resulting in a reduction in NWR losses from 61% to 29%.

  • Maynilad Water, Manila, Philippines

Selected References: Drive-by AMR system installation

  • Berlin Water Authority, Berlin, Germany
  • Municipality Grand Belfort, France

Advertisement adasa