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How to Provide Real-Time Energy Management through Smart Metering and Time Series


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Sponsored by influxdata

Wednesday, January 22
1pm EST

Smart metering is one of the first steps to address challenges surrounding energy consumption and water usage. By providing real-time data on electricity and gas usage, smart meters allow consumers to make smarter decisions about their energy usage. In this webinar, Samuel Chevrier, Engineer at eSoftThings, will share how you can use the eSoftLink platform to transform a smart meter into a real-time feedback tool for consumers. He will show how they are able to collect a large volume of time-series data with their implementation of InfluxDB and Telegraf that provides value-added services while keeping in compliance with legislation like GDPR. He will also show a demo of the solution.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Smart meter system, limitations for the end user and benefits of a real time feedback tool;
  • To transform a smart meter in an IoT sensor with the help of WiFi connectivity;
  • eSoftLink platform feature list and added value for the end customer;
  • Architecture of the system and integration of InfluxDB & Telegraf;
  • Volume of data exchanged / use of Time Series database;
  • GDPR compliance and impacts;
  • Demo of the application.
Samuel Chevrier
Technical Marketing Engineer at eSoftThings

Samuel Chevrier is a Technical Marketing Engineer at eSoftThings with over 15 years of experience related to smart metering. These span from several silicon valley industry greats like Silicon laboratories, STMicroelectronics, Ericsson, and Capgemini.


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