[China Instrument Network Industry Focus] According to reports, Lands Gyr, Toshibaâ€™s Swiss subsidiary Landis Gyr, recently received a huge amount of orders for about 1.1 million smart meters from Brazilâ€™s power company, once again taking over a big deal. Now, smart meters have become popular in countries all over the world, including Japan, and have developed particularly rapidly in recent years.
According to reports, Toshibaâ€™s Swiss subsidiary Landis Gyr recently received a huge amount of orders for about 1.1 million smart meters from Brazilâ€™s power company and once again took over a big deal. Toshiba said that in the future, Landis Gyr will continue to develop markets in developing countries such as South America and compete fiercely with European and American countries.
According to reports, in 2013 Landis Gyr signed a long-term contract for smart meters with British gas, a British large-scale energy company, which will have a duration of 2020 and a volume of about 10 million units. In September 2014, it had also signed contracts with French Electric Power and Distribution Electronics about 1 million units. This year, Landis Gyr will distribute a total of approximately Â¥1,400 million worth of smart meters to Brazil Power's distribution companies from 2014, amounting to approximately 1.1 million smart meters. These smart meters will be shipped directly from Landis's local factory in Brazil and will provide follow-up services such as installation and maintenance.
It is reported that smart meters are attached to the "smart grid" concept that uniformly regulates urban and local regional power grids. They are "intelligent grid" systems that realize the use of IT technologies to regulate the supply of electricity, ensure no loss of power during transmission, and achieve safe and efficient power supply. The missing part. Now, smart meters have become popular in countries all over the world, including Japan, and have developed particularly rapidly in recent years.
Landis Gyr was acquired by Toshiba in 2011 together with the industrial innovation agency of the government fund. Its 2013 sales amounted to 150 billion yen, which accounts for about one-third of the world market. It can compete with ITRON in the US for the world's leading position.
According to a survey conducted by Japan's Techno System Reaserch, the market size of smart meters will reach 82.35 million units by 2018, 20% higher than the 2012 results, but it will be a bottleneck for development in 2019. Techno System Reaserch also predicts that once a group of smart meters are sold, they can continue to receive stable returns from product follow-up maintenance checks.
It is reported that Landis Gyr also acquired a US software company in June to analyze the electricity consumption data collected by smart meters. Some analysts said that Toshiba will also strengthen its competitiveness in the software and hardware industries and continue to accelerate the development of markets in developed and developing countries.
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