By 2024, the number of smart meter installations is expected to double.
Driven by a global push for smarter infrastructure, utility companies are replacing decades-old analog meters with smart meters that provide real-time visibility into power consumption. The deployment of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) is helping companies build more efficient and profitable grids, but getting there requires a large amount of planning, coordination, and execution.
Smart meters have to be connected to the internet, which either means building area networks or digging trenches and extending fiber lines. Used equipment needs to be swapped out and disposed of efficiently. It’s a logistics nightmare, made all the more challenging by slow, manually driven processes.
Zinier helps companies stay ahead of the rising volume of work by automating routine tasks, increasing technician utilization rates with just-in-time scheduling, and helping field teams execute more efficiently with step-by-step mobile workflows.