September 25, 2018 / Opening hours: 10:00-18:00

Use of Internet of Things in housing and utilities sector. Presentation of the head of ICBcom Oleg Lisyutenko

Use of Internet of Things in housing and utilities sector. Presentation of the head of ICBcom Oleg Lisyutenko

The housing and utilities sector consists of a complex of sectors that provide convenient and safe operation of residential properties. How can IoT technologies improve the quality of housing and utilities sector services and help with utility metering?

The speaker of the fifth international Internet of Things forum, general director of ICBcom Oleg Lisyutenko will answer the questions. He will give a presentation at the conference and explain which opportunities the IoT provides for utility metering, and housing and utilities sector.

Main points:

  • smart meters: how to make an upgrade;
  • a single IoT platform for utility metering;
  • metering systems: efficiency of modernization;
  • how legal entities reduce expenditures by optimizing electricity consumption;
  • application of FZ№187 On the Security of the Critical Information Infrastructure of the Russian Federation.

Oleg Lisyutenko is a general director of the operator of M2M and IoT solutions ICBcom. The company develops and releases systems for automation, control, and management of manufacturing processes.

ICBcom products include automation devices for enterprises, meteorological stations, metering systems, measuring elements, and communications devices.

The company offers IoT equipment – the team has already implemented LoRaWAN protocol in electric meters and is planning to use it in other trackers and sensors.

Besides, the speaker fulfilled responsibilities of director of information technology at InComA Ltd and managed the sector of advanced technologies at Sonic Duo, a company that provides MegaFon cellular service.


Do not miss a chance to learn more about the application of the IoT in the housing and utilities sector from the expert at the conference!

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