Energy management: Landis+Gyr has released Command Center 7.1, the latest version of its smart grid network operating software that manages connectivity and control of electric, water and gas AMI networks.
Command Center 7.1 supports a growing global portfolio of Landis+Gyr and third-party meters and intelligent devices, as well as distribution line sensors, controllers and streetlight controls. System support for new and enhanced endpoints expands Landis+Gyr’s ecosystem of connected devices and enables utilities to extend the value of their network.
The release highlights Landis+Gyr’s ongoing investment in advanced metering solutions with enhancements for both RF mesh and PLX network solutions, as well as two-way gas capabilities. Additionally, this release marks the general availability for Landis+Gyr’s next-generation Prepay solution.
“The release of Command Center 7.1 is another milestone for Landis+Gyr in our continuing commitment to global IoT applications and smart grid networks for utilities across the globe,” said Lisa Washburn, Director of Product Management, Core Software Solutions at Landis+Gyr. “This latest release supports edge-of-the-grid intelligent assets and sensors, while enabling interoperability of systems for our customers.”
Command Center is the operating software supporting the Gridstream AMI solution which provides an open-standards network solution for utility distribution system management, automation and consumer engagement applications.
Landis+Gyr is the leading global provider of integrated energy management solutions for the utility sector. Offering the broadest portfolio of products and services to address complex industry challenges, the company delivers comprehensive solutions for the foundation of a smarter grid including; smart metering, distribution network sensing and automation tools, load control, analytics and energy storage. Landis+Gyr operates in 31 countries across five continents as an independent growth platform of the Toshiba Corporation (TKY:6502) and is also 40% owned by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ). With annualized sales of more than US$1.5 billion, the company employs 5,700 people with the sole mission of helping the world manage energy better.