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wurde von francs schon am 16.08.07 gepostet.:D
vielleicht erwartet uns da was positives?

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From the Desk of Rod Lighthipe…
As I indicated in the July Newsletter, the
Company was undertaking an update of both
software and hardware based upon new products
from two of our closet meter manufacturing
relationships.
That being said... on August 8th, our subcontractor
for hardware and software development
demonstrated these updates for CNES
Management. Twenty meters were successfully
read in two hop layers with live reads being
updated in real time every seven seconds. These
reads were of course all wireless including the
incorporation of cellular transmission of the data
to the Company’s servers. (Data had previously
been transmitted by landline from the
BaseStation.)
The bottom line on the August 8th demonstration is
as follows:
• Updated hardware has been successfully
demonstrated that incorporates (1) a more
flexible and cost effective design, (2) a
higher powered radio and (3) cellular
telephone capability from the BaseStation.
• This updated design will allow greater
distances between hop layers, improve
customer reliability and permit greater
flexibility regarding the location of
BaseStations (we are no longer restricted
by the availability of a telephone landline
being close to a BaseStation).
• Our software update is now fully
integrated with the latest software
advancements from our closest meter
manufacturing relationship.
Report VIII Volume 2007 August 16, 2007
Items left to accomplish in this current phase of
development include: C-NES™ MARKETING
• Integrating these latest software updates
into our server applications
• Completing the new website display and
integration of the data from the meter
reads into this user friendly display.
(Please recall I mentioned this new display
and its features in the July Newsletter.)
Regarding other matters; (1) Ms. Casspi and I
continue our focus on the development of long
term customer relationships with prospective
electric utilities and (2) work continues on the
Total System Solution mentioned last month.
For reference… July Newsletter
Please enjoy the last days of summer and I look
forward to speaking with you next month.
Sincerely yours,
Rod Lighthipe
Marketing Update
The Company is looking forward to attending
Autovation 2007, The AMRA International
Symposium. September 30th – October 3rd.
Autovation 2007 - THE ESSENTIAL
AMR/AMI EDUCATIONAL EVENT
SM
The AutovationSM focus on AMR/AMI provides
your team with a wealth of information whether
your utility is exploring implementation options or
involved in advanced applications such as outage
management, time-based pricing and meter data
management For more:
http://www.amraintl.
org/autovation/autovation07.cfmTHIS
ConectiSys Corp. /monthly report/2007/
By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director
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MONTHS ARTICLE:
Raising the Bar for AMI Technology
By Tim Wolf, Itron
In “Crossing the Chasm,” the widely read book on
marketing high-technology that was first published
in 1991, author Geoffrey Moore asserted that for
new and innovative technology to “cross the
chasm” from a few early adopters to broad market
acceptance, three things are vital: regulation or
legislation favorable to its wider adoption; a
“killer app” that fulfills the technology needs of a
hungry market; and, standardization to deliver the
same technology to multiple suppliers that levels
the playing field and opens new doors for
innovation.
For Moore, one out of three would typically be
enough to traverse his chasm and propel
widespread adoption. In the rapidly changing
category of Advanced Metering Infrastructure
(AMI), you could make a very strong argument
that all three catalysts are present and accounted
for.
According to industry estimates, within the last
year, utilities in the U.S. and Canada have issued
request for proposals (RFPs) for more than 25
million AMI electricity meters. The value of these
RFPs is estimated to be well over $2 billion. It
would appear the bridge has been laid across the
chasm.
Looking at these three drivers of technology
adoption, it’s fairly clear that Moore’s construct is
at work with AMI technology. In terms of
regulation, EPACT 2005 provided clear impetus
for states and their commissions to begin looking
at advanced metering, time-based pricing and
demand response technologies. And while many
states have not responded affirmatively to the
EPACT standard calling on commissions and
utilities to begin putting the technology in place,
that legislation clearly shined the light on
advanced metering as part of the solution to the
challenges of rising energy costs, delivery system
reliability, and environmental stewardship. In
addition, an increasing number of states and
commissions have set out with their own plans and
programs to encourage deployment of AMI
technology, with California, Texas and Ontario
leading the way.
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ConectiSys Corp. /monthly report/2007/
By: Marsha Lee Casspi, Marketing Director
 
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