Demystifying LTE and Cellular IoT Technology for Utility Companies

The shift from private radio, low-bandwidth communication networks to public cellular networks has transformed how utility companies manage assets, infrastructure, operations and serve their customers.
 
The relative low cost and ease of using cellular technology has been driving many utilities to adopt Long-Term Evolution (LTE) cellular networks over the past few years. However, there remains a level of skepticism and unease with LTE technology as a primary means of connecting assets in their distribution network. Even with improved overall accessibility to data, many questions remain on whether the cellular networks can provide all the required capabilities for utility companies.
 
Watch this webinar and discover how LTE cellular networks can help improve grid intelligence, operations and data management; how public cellular networks compare to other communication networks (such as radio mesh, fixed point-to-point, private cellular, etc.) including technical choices for investments, and explore the future evolution of connected IoT for utilities. 
 

Our panel of industry experts will explore:

  • Current and future industry trends for LTE technologies
  • The convergence of private and public networks and how they can co-exist (hybrid solutions)
  • Future proofing your organization; adoption of new technologies and how to bridge the gap
  • Recommendations for working with the right solution providers

Jay Olearain
Jay Olearain
Product Director of IoT Solutions, Global Products and Solutions,
Verizon
Warren Westrup
Warren Westrup
Director of Business Development, Utility & Industrial Sectors,
Sierra Wireless

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