Lemonbeat presented its solution for intelligent remote monitoring of substations at the trade fair congress digitization in Leipzig.
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In the Media
Semtech announced that Lemonbeat has integated Semtech’s LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology into its smart metering solutions.
innogy presents smart modern metering, based on Lemonbeat-Technology, at the Metering Days in Fulda, October 23+24.
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