AMI & Smart Metering Solution Provider

NURI Telecom Co., Ltd. will lead the creation of IoT infrastructure to
usher in the 4th industrial revolution and AMI market in Korea.

CEO, Cho Song Man

The AMI system is a necessary technology that goes beyond the Smart Grid and IoT to fully embody the 4th industrial revolution. NURI Telecom is the pioneer who introduced the AMI system in Korea. Since 1998, when it developed Korea’s first AMR system, NURI Telecom has been the leader in the Korean AMI market and related technology.

NURI Telecom has created AMI systems for 918,770 high and low-voltage clients of the Korea Electric Power Corporation, the world’s first national-scale project of this nature. Also, NURI Telecom’s AMR/AMI/prepaid AMI systems are chosen as power- efficient solutions by 46 global utility companies, including Sweden, Norway, Ghana, Thailand, Vietnam. Clients report satisfaction with the systems and improved business efficiency since meter reading requiring financial and human resources are no longer needed. An AMI system that brings convenience and profit to users, managers, and suppliers!

We hope an AMI system will be in every household in the world in the near future. As the leader of the global market, we will do our best to be at the center of such innovation.

NURI AMI System

What is AMI?

AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) refers to remote-control solutions that collect, manage, and perform use-analysis, and measure the amount of energy used every day for items such as electricity, water, and gas.

NURI Telecom’s SW-based AMI technology is applied widely in the Korean IT sector. It is also being applied to e-IoT communication infrastructure and DAS (Distribution Automation Systems), which is a project sponsored by the Korea Electric Power Corporation.

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    What is DAS (Distribution Automation System)?

    DAS is an integrated system that remotely controls, monitors, and collects information (operation status, power/circuit, fault status) of distribution facilities via communication devices. 


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    What is e-IoT infra?

    A system infrastructure that can create new services (Biz-model discovery, R&D, marketing) by using big data, statistics, and diagnosis using an AMI platform and communication network by installing various smart sensors. 


     

Inquiries about products and technology

Korea 02-781-0777

nicesanggu@nuritelecom.com

Contact via email

Overseas 02-781-0756

won.kim@nuritelecom.com

Contact via email

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NURI Telecom AMI brand, AiMiR

AiMiR is NURI Telecom’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) brand with interactive communication that provides AMI solutions for communication devices such as smart meters, concentrators, repeaters, electronic billing presentment and payment (EBPP), including HES S/W worldwide.

System Features

Korea’s first commercialization of an AMI system

Products

  • EA-TYPE METER
    (NTC-A101-050)

    Korean EA-TYPE METER
    Smart meter synced to the household digital meter, allowing for remote meter reading.

  • G-TYPE METER
    (NTC-G301-100)

    Korean G-TYPE METER
    Smart meter synced to digital modem of commercial and small industrial spaces, allowing for remote meter reading.

  • NAMR-P121SR
    (International wireless communication modem)

    A device that is synced to smart meters to collect data and to send meter reading data to the DCU using RF technology.

  • PLC Modem
    (International PLC modem)

    A device that sends the collected data from the smart meter to the DCU using PLC communication.

  • NAMR-P212ET
    (Meter-connected external expansion modem)

    One of the AMI connection solutions that transforms independent smart electronic meters into a smart grid network.

  • NAMR-P117LT
    (International mobile communication modem)

    A device that sends various data from the smart meter, stored and collected via mobile communication, to the upper-level server.

  • NAMR-P214SR
    (International wireless communication modem)

    A device that sends various data from the smart meter, collected and stored via RF technology, to the DCU.

  • NAMR-C108SR
    (International wire/wireless integrated modem)

    A device that applies both RF and PLC to send collected data from smart meters to the DCU, depending on the communication environment.

  • NAMR-AE230LT
    (Korean AE-Type LTE MODEM)

    Communication modem that receives data from the electric meter and sends it to the head end server via LTE.

  • NAMR-E230LT
    (Korean E-Type LTE MODEM)

    Communication modem that receives data from the electric meter and sends it to the head end server via LTE.

  • NAMR-G230LT
    (Korean G-Type LTE MODEM)

    Communication modem that receives data from the electric meter and sends it to the head end server via LTE.

  • NAMR-S230LT
    (Standard LTE MODEM)

    Communication modem that receives data from the electric meter and sends it to the head end server via LTE.

  • NDC-I341, NDC-I342
    (Data Collection Unit (DCU))

    A device that collects and stores data from various communication modems via a wireless communication method and sends such data to the AMI server via LTE or the ethernet network system.

  • NDC-I336
    (Data Collection Unit (DCU))

    The data concentration unit sends data collected and stored from various communication modems using RF technology to the server using a mobile or landline network.

  • NDC-I632
    (Data Collection Unit (DCU) )

    The data concentration unit sends data collected and stored from various communication modems to the server using a mobile or landline network.

  • NAMR-P20ARE
    (Repeater modem)

    A device that broadcasts through the modem-data concentrating device for efficient operation of infrastructure and to improve spotty connections.

  • AIMIR software

  • Power quality

  • Meter reading information

  • Modem information

  • Map screen

The service platform owned by NURI Telecom sorts collected information by service type to store and manage the data; provides total solutions that package different services together such as data management, billing, outage management, firmware management, and demand response; and customizes services to cater to client needs.

NURI Telecom has data storage management technology with the capacity to handle a large volume of data such as smart city and provide the foundation to utilize such collected data for different services (e.g., big data analysis and time series analysis).