Netmore is continuing to expand its LoRaWAN network around Europe with the beginning of a rollout in France.
The company says it has started to deploy LoRaWAN infrastructure in the country and has begun establishing collaborations with strategic partners.
Ove Anebygd, CEO of Netmore Group, said:
”The fact that we are now establishing our infrastructure in France is a logical next step in our European rollout plan. The French market offers great potential when it comes to future rollouts of smart meters, not least in the water segment.
We look forward to creating the conditions for improved decision-making through data collection, and we are pleased that our expertise and proven track record of delivering large-scale device connectivity for critical utilities are now facing the French market.”
Smart water metering is rapidly growing in France. The need to improve how water resources are monitored was only amplified by the periods of severe drought that have hit the country in recent years.
Netmore says it will immediately offer LoRaWAN coverage for large-scale utility projects such as smart water metering.
Arnaud Delprat, Managing Director – France at Netmore, commented:
“It is through strong collaborations that conditions are created for long-term projects that benefit the entire society in the transition to a more sustainable way of life.
We welcome and look forward to initiating more strategic collaborations with French companies, to the benefit of communities and citizens.”
Netmore already offers LoRaWAN coverage in the UK, Sweden, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Spain. The company says its ‘coverage guarantee’ and ‘coverage on demand’ provide confidence to any entity looking to deploy nationwide IoT projects in each country.
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