Greenbird demos Metercloud.io and Ghostwriter at European Utility Week 2014

At the European Utility Week 2014 (November 4th - 6th, Amsterdam), Greenbird Integration Technology – a software solution provider headquartered in Oslo, Norway - will show off Metercloud Ghostwriter and Metercloud.io platform.

Metercloud.io and Metercloud Ghostwriter to be presented at European Utility Weeks 2014


At the European Utility Week 2014 (November 4th - 6th, Amsterdam), Greenbird Integration Technology – a software solution provider headquartered in Oslo, Norway - will show off Metercloud Ghostwriter and Metercloud.io platform.

Metercloud Ghostwriter provides a data generation and simulation platform for utilities aiming to validate or optimize their smart metering processes, VEE routines, meter-to-cash processes or outage management. Metercloud Ghostwriter is a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) solution which simulates utilities' advanced metering infrastructure and headend system. It generates meter readings, alarms and events based on user defined simulation profiles and scenarios. Metercloud Ghostwriter can generate metering data in various outputs such as CIM, GS2 or headend vendor specific formats.

Metercloud.io provides big data integration applications for smart metering, smart grid, smart city and the Internet of Things. Metercloud.io comes with configurable but ready to use integration applications delivered as services (OaaS, Orchestration-as-a-Service). Metercloud.io delivered as service simplifies to overcome utilities' integration challenges with implementation of smart metering, smart grid or smart city applications.

For more information, please see http://www.greenbird.com or http://www.metercloud.io .

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