Evolution of the European Meter Data Management Market

High-volume Data Management and Pattern Analytics will be the True ROI of Smart Meters

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Utilities are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of efficient data management in smart metering projects. To manage and use the growing volume and variety of data, they must be capable of high-volume data management and data-pattern analytics. Although many utilities still fail to consider smart metering as a software project, meter data management (MDM) is becoming an important investment category for the deployment of smart meters. This market insight examines the role of MDM systems in the smart energy sector and the top investment opportunities for ICT suppliers, and provides an overview of present and future challenges. The base year is 2013, and the forecast period is 2014 to 2020.

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Executive SummaryMarket OverviewMarket Overview (continued)Data Management LandscapeData Management Practices Data Flow ModelTransformation of the Data Management EnvironmentIntroduction to Smart Energy TransformationDriving Forces behind Data Management ChangesSmart Meter Rollout—IntroductionSmart Meter Rollout—Deployment StagesSmart Meter Rollout—Implementation ProgressSmart Meter Rollout—Implementation Progress (continued)Smart Meter Rollout—Implementation Progress (continued)Smart Meter Rollout—Implementation Progress (continued)Smart Meter Rollout—Implementation Progress (continued)Smart Meter Rollout—Implementation Progress (continued)Changes in Data Flow—IntroductionChanges in Data Flow—Meter Data Management ModelsChanges in Data Flow—Meter Data Management Models (continued)Changes in Data Flow—Meter Data Management Models (continued)Changes in Data Flow—Overview of Meter Data Management ModelsEmergence of Data-related Opportunities—IntroductionEmergence of Data-related Opportunities—Smart Meter Functionalities in PracticeEmergence of Data-related Opportunities—Smart Meter Functionalities in Practice (continued)Emergence of Data-related Opportunities—Country LevelEmergence of Data-related Opportunities—Utility LevelMDM Market TrendsThe Future of MDM in EnergyTrends in MDM—Cost Efficiency Trends in MDM—Cost Efficiency (continued)Trends in MDM—Ability to ExpandTrends in MDM—Ability to Expand (continued)Trends in MDM—Ability to Bring ValueTrends in MDM—Ability to Bring Value (continued)ConclusionsTrends in MDM—Key TakeawaysTrends in MDM—Key Takeaways (continued)Trends in MDM—Key Takeaways (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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