Organisations in the sector that seamlessly adjust within these ongoing changes by adopting IoT-driven technologies will be able to ensure better customer experience.

In addition, the companies will experience a more “cost-effective, reliable energy source.” However, Utility Dive points out that companies failing to adapt accordingly will encounter major challenges in future.

The live webinar on November 29 will largely discuss matters on “how LTE cellular networks can help improve grid intelligence and operations; data management; how the public cellular networking compares to other communication networks (such as radio mesh, fixed point-to-point, private cellular, etc.) including technical choices for investments; and explore the future evolution of connected IoT for utilities,” the event’s report said.