With RPMA, Smart Grid is finally a reality

Smart Grid

RPMA: Trusted smart grid technology
Ingenu’s RPMA technology provides the capacity to manage tens of billions of devices on a single network with unparalleled coverage to access hard-to-reach end-points.

Whether deploying a single application such as AMI, or connecting a multi-application solution, RPMA technology allows you to leverages the network and enables a host of utility options for IOUs, co-ops and municipalities.

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)

RPMA is a disruptive communication technology, providing robust data transmission capabilities at a fraction of the cost to a host of utility applications, such as advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).

With unprecedented range and capacity, RPMA reduces network infrastructure and operational costs resulting in the lowest total cost of ownership for AMI projects.

Ingenu supports a number of industry leading smart meters and integrations that provide AMI features including on-demand reads, last-gasp notifications, remote connect/disconnect, and a host of other data reporting. RPMA is also the only technology that allows complete deployment flexibility, supporting opt-in and partial deployments as well as gradual migration from legacy systems. With RPMA’s wider and deeper coverage and incredible capacity, all utility assets and meters can be reached – even underground or in noisy environments. RPMA makes the smart grid a powerful reality.

Grid Automation

RPMA technology delivers a cost-effective Grid Automation solution that meets the present and future demands of the electrical grid.

With RPMA, utilities of all sizes can tune energy distribution, quickly identify faults and avoid outages with proactive condition-based maintenance.

Additionally, RPMA has the reach, capacity, and security to power both AMI and grid automation on a single network.

Aviation Light Monitoring

RPMA has the reach, capacity, and security to manage an entire suite of utility assets including aviation light monitoring.

Utilities with tower assets have significant regulatory and financial liability associated with managing aviation warning lights.

Devices enabled by RPMA technology provide support for installed lighting systems including infrared, as well as direct/remote monitoring, intrusion detection and status indication. The low-power design of RPMA features a host of battery options in case of power failure and the robust network enables reliable outdoor operation in high EMF and EMI environments.

Learn how RPMA technology makes our electrical grid smarter