Western Australia-based IT services provider Empired has secured two contracts with power distribution company Western Power to provide a range of digital services for up to seven years, collectively valued at an estimated $61million over an initial five year term.
WA Government-owned electricity distributor Western Power is using Microsoft Azure and Power BI to deliver a solution which automatically collates, analyses and visualises massive volumes of event data collected from millions of electricity meters every day.
Smart meters are almost old hat in the cities of today, with the so-called smart cities of the future already starting to move well beyond the clever meters to ultimately deliver a whole host of technology-driven infrastructure such as intelligent and adaptive street lighting.
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