Smart Metering G3 Main Page2024-05-27T11:14:20+02:00

Advanced Metering Infrastructures (AMI) are systems designed to offer remote management and reading of smart electricity meters. These smart meters are the first bricks of a future smart grid system, combining the digitalization of the electricity network and new energy services, to ensure a high penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) while strengthening the overall network stability.

While the development of such systems is on-going all around the world, DSOs, system integrators, device manufacturers and chip vendors are building components, devices and systems, based on several well established standards such as G3-PLC and DLMS/COSEM.

For more than 15 years, Trialog has been supporting these actors to design efficient smart metering systems, to implement the standard protocols and technologies, to reach interoperability and to adjust and operate the deployed system. In particular, Trialog offers:

  • System design, prototyping, support to system/product development (incl. G3-PLC and
    DLMS/COSEM integration)
  • Device and system validation, preparation to product certification, interoperability testing
  • Support to system operation: network supervision, field troubleshooting
  • A modular training program focusing on the design of a Smart metering system and covering
    the associated innovative technologies (such as G3-PLC and DLMS/COSEM)
  • Tools and associated services: G3-PLC network analyzer (sniffer), G3 Alliance
    conformance tester, Grid characterization as a PLC channel

Useful references :

  • Trialog is a Founding and Executive member of the G3 Alliance
  • Trialog is a Partner of Think Smartgrids association
  • Enedis Linky, 35 million G3-PLC smart meters: Trialog has been supporting Enedis on this
    program since 2007
  • Webinar explaining the new G3-PLC Hybrid technology



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