Kangasalan Vesi and Digita concluded an agreement on the digitalisation of remote water meter reading
Kangasalan Vesi and Digita Oy have concluded a long-term agreement on the digitalisation of remote water meter reading with the help of Digita’s IoT network, which is based on the LoRaWAN technology. With this agreement, the operative management of the water plant is expected to improve, as real-time monitoring of water consumption also enables more comprehensive data to be collected for the sites.
“We carried out thorough reviews and testing of various remote reading solutions for water meters, and Digita was able to offer a comprehensive and good total solution for our needs. We will be installing remote-readable water meters for our new customers, and our objective is that old water meters will be replaced with new ones at the rate of 500–1000 per year,” says Antti Kytövaara, Managing Director of Kangasalan Vesi. “This is an important agreement for us, as we can now develop our billing and customer service in completely new ways,” Kytövaara adds.
“Cooperation with Kangasalan Vesi has started well and we are glad that we were given the opportunity to carry out this renewal with them. Both the company and end customers will benefit greatly from the digitalisation of water supply. Concrete results are obtained immediately, as real-time monitoring eliminates the need for estimate-based billing and customer-specific refunds,” says Mona Miettinen, Sales Manager, IoT Services at Digita.
Further information for the media:
Kangasalan Vesi (a public utility company), Antti Kytövaara, Managing Director, tel. +358 (0)50 598 3253, antti.kytovaara(a)kangasala.fi
Digita Oy, Mona Miettinen, Sales Manager, tel. +358 (0)400 721 700, mona.miettinen(at)digita.fi
In its operating area, Kangasalan Vesi (a public utility company) is responsible for producing and supplying high-quality water and for directing waste water to a treatment plant. www.kangasalanvesi.fi
Digita owns and operates Finland’s leading terrestrial network for nationwide TV and radio transmissions, and is the country’s largest independent owner of telecommunication masts. The company is a provider of digital software and services. Digita’s services include telecommunication masts, data centre and IoT services, and broadcasting services for the future. Digita provides services to Finland’s largest mobile phone operators, internet and media companies, infrastructure enterprises and real estate owners. Digita employs 180 experts across Finland. www.digita.fi