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Berliner Wasserbetriebe is Germany’s largest municipal water supply and wastewater disposal company, supplying drinking water for 3.5 million people. Diehl Metering was commissioned by Berliner Wasserbetriebe to implement an extensive drive-by solution, enabling exact reading date consumption values to be recorded and making the process considerably more efficient.  

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Our solutions help water and energy utilities, communities and industry around the world to intelligently use water, thermal energy, gas and electricity. Our goal is to provide a suitable solution for every customer requirement. With our case studies we show you in detail the different challenges of our customers and the central role Diehl Metering solutions play in their successful handling. Of course, we also explicitly address the resulting customer benefits. 

  • Mobile Reading: Suppliers can record the consumption data of our smart measuring devices conveniently via walk-by/drive-by and plan effective reading tours in combination with our IZAR software. Complex meter reading deadlines at the consumer are thus a thing of the past. A Passive Drive-by solution can also be implemented with Diehl Metering – for example, refuse collection vehicles can easily be fitted with radio receivers for mobile readings of transmitting meters. Complex meter reading deadlines at the consumer are thus a thing of the past.

    Fixed Network: Combined with our powerful radio technology, we enable utilities to collect consumption data fully automatically. This enables Diehl Metering customers to control and monitor the entire water or district heating network, which makes it extremely easy to detect and locate leaks, for example.

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