Smart Gas Metering & IoT

With concerns related to gas consumption, resource management, and environmental impact, the role of IoT-based smart meters in monitoring and diagnosing gas usage patterns is constantly growing. The total count of smart gas meters is anticipated to grow from 156 million in 2020 to 456 million by the end of 2030, reflecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11%.  

With more than 21% of our customers coming from the utility sector, we actively engage in gas metering projects globally. Explore more about the leading smart gas meter vendors and applications below. 

Leading Smart Gas Meter Vendors

The smart gas meter market is primarily concentrated in regions such as China, North America, and Europe. This market segment is subject to substantial regulatory oversight, often mandated by local government entities or energy providers. Deployments of smart gas meters are typically initiated by local utility providers and are limited to countries with established gas pipeline infrastructures. In contrast, many Southeast Asian countries and African nations have a limited number of smart gas meter installations due to the absence of piped natural gas (PNG) infrastructure and a preference for gas cylinders. 

Vendor 

Region 

Website 

Landis + Gyr 

Switzerland and 30 countries 

www.landisgyr.com 

Itron 

United States and globally 

www.itron.com

Elster Group 

Global 

www.elster-instromet.com

Aptor Group 

Poland, European Union, UK 

www.apator.com/en

Diehl Metering 

Germany and worldwide 

www.diehl.com/metering/en

EDMI 

Global, with a focus on Italy and the UK 

www.edmi-meters.com/

Sensus 

United States and globally 

www.sensus.com

Zenner 

Germany and worldwide 

www.zenner.com

Aclara 

United States and globally 

www.aclara.com

Wasion Group 

China and global markets 

www.wasion.com

Clou Electronics 

China and international markets 

www.clou.com 

Landis + Gyr 

Switzerland and 30 countries 

www.landisgyr.com

IoT and Gas Meters: Applications

The Crop Monitoring use case may apply to the following aspects:

Application 

Description 

Remote Monitoring Providing real-time data on gas consumption, allowing utilities to monitor usage remotely.  
Leak Detection Detection of gas leaks and alert utilities in real-time.  
Predictive Maintenance Gas meters equipped with IoT sensors can monitor their own health. 
Consumption Analytics Collecting detailed usage data, enabling utilities to analyze consumption patterns.   
Fraud Detection Tampering or unauthorized gas connections. Fraud detection and prevention, saving utilities money and ensuring fair billing. 
Prepaid Gas Services With IoT, utilities can offer prepaid gas services. Customers can monitor and manage their consumption in real-time. 
Environmental Monitoring Measuring and reporting emissions, contributing to environmental compliance and sustainability efforts.  
Integration with Smart Homes IoT gas meters can be integrated with smart home systems. This allows homeowners to monitor their gas usage, receive alerts, and automate gas-related tasks. 

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