On-demand Webcast: Java in the Smart Grid

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The Smart Grid is one of the most significant evolutions of our utility infrastructure in recent history. This innovative grid will soon revolutionize how utilities manage and control the energy in our homes--helping utilities reduce energy usage during peak hours, improve overall energy efficiency, and lower your energy bills.

If you'd like to learn more about the Smart Grid and the role that Java is poised to play in this important initiative you can check out our on-demand webcast. We'll show you how Java solutions--including Java ME and Java SE for Embedded --can help build devices and infrastructure that take advantage of this new market. As the world's most popular developer language, Java enables you to work with a wide range of developers and provides access to tools and resources to build smarter devices, faster and more affordably.
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Hi, Wonderful webcast, since I saw it I started to research regarding this topic, but I always find that the smart meters manufactures offers the complete package which means hardware + software, and the software reads and control the smart meters. Does anybody knows regarding a smart meter manufacturer which offers only the hardware (java enabled smart meter) in order to us (java developers) develop the application to read and control the meter? Take in account that several times those pre-manufactured software doesn't integrates themselves to the ERP of the gas, electricity or water provider company and therefore and specific implementation is needed.

Posted by Abraham Saad on February 13, 2011 at 02:28 PM PST #

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