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1 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved WIRELESS AMM Key for tomorrow metering application Electricity India 2006 New Delhi 11th May 2006 Didier Dutronc Wavecom President Asia Pacific Managing Director

2 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 2 what is AMR ? AMR : Automatics Meter Reading  No Intelligence, no Upgradability  Only Upload the Energy Consumption of the meter Passive Meter + Dummy Modem

3 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 3 Back End Mobile/Technicians Customer Back End Cellular Operator DOTA RDM Reports Alerts what is AMM ? AMM : Automatics Meter Management  Smart Meter with an intelligent Wireless connectivity  Able to manage / monitor the meter on the field and add new services Smart Meter + Intelligent Wireless Connectivity (Wireless CPU & Open AT ® )

4 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 4 Global trend for AMR & AMM  Ageing infrastructure (grid, meters) to be upgraded  New environnement (Production, transport, distribution) with increased competition  Real consumption billing requirements  ½ hourly reading and profiling  Fraud, reduce T&D Losses and improve distribution efficiency  Environnemental constraints (energy saving) Culmination of multiple factors  Generalisation of electronic meters  Affordable & mature communication technologies (RF, PLC, Cellular)  Existing standards (DLMS, M Bus, IP connectivity) & interropability Favouring trends

5 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 5 AMR/AMM & SCADA in INDIA  Major fund provided by GOI APDRP (Accelerated Power Development and Reform Program) – World Bank, ADB, to reduce T&D Losses and improve distribution efficiency  AMR/AMM is a recommended solution by APDRP to reduce electricity losses in region.  The first AMR/AMM project in INDIA were started by NDPL & BSES which have more than meter remotely controlled,  More than 20 SEB and distribution companies are coming with AMR/AMM projects.

6 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 6 Open questions  Which real cost ? ROI ?  How to do it ? (Data capture & management, technology)  How to protect investment  How to stay independant (from meter manufacturers and service providers) Utilities  What to do ? When ? (which technology, cost of product)  Are facing 2 revolutions : – mechanical to electronic meters – Communication, IP Meter manufacturers

7 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 7 Total Cost Return On Investment  AMR/AMM Management System  Communication device & operation cost  Installation  Maintenance  Total Cost of Ownership must be considered. Installation and Maintenance fee are not neglictable  ROI to be targeted between 2 to 4 years  Success stories in Europe, USA, Australia. Projects on-going in China, India, Thailand. Cost / Investment  Minimize Looses (efficiency & theft)  Billing Improvement (Prepayement, variable fares)  Customer Profiling & New Services Saving / Return Global Trend

8 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 8 Total Cost of Ownership Cost Structure depending on Technology  Total cost of ownership depends on 3 factors – Type of technology used – Density – How much you want to interact with meter (Meter management)  Cellular technologies (GSM/GPRS, CDMA) is usually the winner −Win on field maintenance (Carrier QOS) −Win on Installation and Project Management against RF and PLC. −Easy and cost effective integration of data (TCP/IP) −Real AMM (open to new services, IP device, HTTP)

9 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 9 Total Cost of Ownership What are the main cost driver?  Ask yourself the following simple questions before selecting a Wireless AMR/AMM solution vendor: – How long will my application be operating in the field? (1 year, 5 years, 15 years) – What is the probability that my own application software will never need to be upgraded? – How much does it cost me to upgrade an application? Deinstallation – Shipping – Upgrade – Shipping – Reinstallation $50, $100, $250, $500, $1000? – What is the best way to protect my business against the risk that my application may suddenly stop working, for whatever reason?

10 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 10  Software. Protect your investment with a flexible & standard (not meter dependent) software solution.  Maintenance. Wavecom has developed unique solutions - DOTA: Download Over the Air - to remotely upgrade your applications and the Wavecom Operating System (Open AT ® ). Total Cost of Ownership How to Protect the investment?

11 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 11 Wireless CPU System Integrator Meter Maker Meter & Service Supplier GPRS Service Provider Electricity Utility Company Elec. End User Where we are in the AMR value chain INFORMATION CAPTURE INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION INTEGRATION  A true technology provider  Cellular wireless expertise for industrial applications (GSM/GPRS, EDGE, CDMA, 3G) – Wireless CPU / Software / Services

12 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 12 Metering Product Range 2 different markets Medium & Large Industrial Small Industrial & Commercial Small Commercial & Large Residential Small & Medium Residential Power Generation & Distribution Electromechanical Meters Single Phase : 10 E Polyphase : 25 E External optical reading Single phase Singlephase multifunction Up to 30 E 15 E Basic Multiphase Up to 100 E Yearly shipments : 500 M€ ¼ hours interval reading Point to point connection : GPRS -  External modem C&I T&D Meters C&I Meters Average 120 to 500 € Up to 2000 € Prepaid Multiphase Multifunction -  Wireless CPU

13 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 13 W avecom offer Industrial Wireless CPU Application Software Platform + Customers Applications Industry Standards: - M2M Connect - MQTT Wireless experience, carrier relationships, innovations, IPR coverage, field proven technology, logistics expertise, local presence, … Wireless experience, carrier relationships, innovations, IPR coverage, field proven technology, logistics expertise, local presence, …

14 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 14 No external microprocessor or ASIC! External CPU not needed REVOLUTIONARY Wireless Microprocessor REVOLUTIONARY Wireless Microprocessor  What’s needed to make a Wireless Electricity Meter? display memory keypad external measurement TRADITIONAL “Wireless Modem” TRADITIONAL “Wireless Modem” Microprocessor Memory Display Meter ASICs Keypad External reader + Unintelligent Wireless Modem wireless A New Way of thinking Lower costs meters

15 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 15 5 key values for a successful AMM  Cellular connectivity for seamless Installation and Operations.  Software: Open AT ® is an open and standard (not meter dependent) software platform to develop advanced Automatics Management Metering applications  Industrial grade Wireless CPU at the heart of a the wireless meter for a ruggedized - extended temperature - and cost effective application.  Investment Protection for easy upgrade and maintenance through DOTA - Download Over The Air.  IPR coverage. Protection against claims from holders of essential GSM intellectual property rights (IPR).

16 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved 16 S ome W avecom References in India Actaris MSEB Bescom MPSEB Linkwell

17 WAVECOM©2005. All rights reserved Thank you for your attention Any questions?


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