IoT

South Africa needs skills in IoT to drive smart cities

According to the South African Minister of Science and Technology Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, connecting cities to the Internet of Things (IoT) is a priority for...

Global smart meter market to achieve 4.11% growth

A new intelligence report published by Research N Reports on the global smart meter market forecasts that revenue will increase by 4.11% between 2018...

Exploring the age of wireless power with IoT

Anti-interference, low latency, low power consumption and easy evolution eLTE-DSA explores the age of wireless power IoT. By Wei Ke-Tai, Huawei Enterprise Wireless Marketing Support...

S.Africa: Eskom requests supply of split meters

Eskom Holdings invites eligible bidders to submit their bids for the supply and delivery of 37,510 – 20A split meters (SAP no. 257003) and...

Ethiopian government considers increasing electricity tariffs

Ethiopians have been enjoying low electricity tariffs for over a decade compared to their neighbouring countries in the east African region; however, that may...

Traversing the government procurement process

A Smart Procurement World event held in South Africa last month proved that there is a hunger for knowledge sharing around astute government procurement...
digital utility

Taking full advantage of the digital utility

As utilities and municipalities embrace digital utility concepts, what are some of the minimum processes that they need to put in place to avoid cyber...

What value does customer service engagement bear for utilities?

Establishing the link between customer service engagement and its effect on utilities' bottom line, Patrick Mwesige, the project manager at Infrastructure Advisory Services, explains...
Service delivery

Municipal service delivery solution lacks sustainability

To increase service delivery in South Africa, the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA)’s minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, plans to empower dysfunctional...
fourth industrial revolution

Dysfunctional municipalities to be ‘rescued’

Business as usual in South Africa includes a bit of load shedding on the side. This morning Eskom announced a low probability of load...

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