New technology, with smarter Meters, new IoT devices, and new user interfaces is leading to a great challenge - to build new products that meet users wants and needs while being efficient in their use of energy and data spectrum.
This challenge needs a mix of technical leadership, marketing experience, security knowledge and solid product specification experience to ensure that investment in product specification and development provides financial, environmental and reputational returns.
Buss Metering Services Ltd was founded in 2012, to provide their clients with an independent view and skills to achieve the best possible returns on thse investments.
Over the last 5 years, we have supported a market introduction of a new IoT radio technology, the development of a technology standard with over 6 million devices operating, the development of a highly-secure protocol implementation, the interoperability testing of the implementation, and the specification of technical products for national infrastructure programs in the UK and Europe.
We can all agree that the world is beautiful. We support the use of technology to enhance our lives without spoiling the beauty around us.
BMS is keen to assist companies and associations in their efforts in producing products, standards and services that improve our use of energy while maintaining or improving quality of life.
It is the intention of the business to improve the situation of all stakeholders. At the end of the day, we all live on the same planet. It's a beautiful place, full of people who deserve a decent standard of living. While no-one has all the answers, it's a principle of our business to try to ask the question of our clients to ensure that the outputs of our work does no harm.
Buss Metering Services is a member of, has worked with, and/or has a positive relationship with a number of organisations involved with IoT and Smart Metering.
These organisations include BSI, EUA, SSWG, Engage Consulting, Utility Meters Warehouse, Equalmoon, Sensus, PA Consulting, ESB, ETSI and the DLMS UA