Android Reader Version 2.0

We’re rolling out version 2 of our Android meter reading app to customers, with some new innovations that build on the combination of Temetra working closely with the app.

AMR Modes lets you define the exact data you collect during a tour, extracting the full power of 2-way and 1.5 way transponders. Like all mobile collection systems, there are trade-offs between speed of collection and volume of data, and Temetra now gives you more control on every tour. Do a high-speed data collect for billing, and then use the interactive tools in Temetra to select a subset of those meters for closer investigation by collecting more detail on a subsequent, slower tour. Use the instructional video in Temetra to Improve the efficiency of your data collection, by using this feature to target the meters that need the extra detail.

AMR Groups lets you collect data at highest possible speed where our GPS assisted reading is unavailable. Groups can be pre-defined in Temetra to work in high-rise buildings or other very high density areas, and collect wireless data optimised for the specific transponder type. Our knowledge of exactly how the transponders from a variety of vendors work, allows us use the best available collection mechanism, grouping to use the optimal mode for each.

User Interface has been refreshed to add several visual and functional tweaks that further improve our mobile app, and a range of new functionality added to our multi-vendor support for transponders and radios.

Meter Replacement is now fully integrated between Reader and Temetra Webapp, with fully audited in-the-field replacement of meters or transponders, including workflow and validation.

Reader Extension API allows third party integrators use the power of Android to add functionality such as on-site bill printing and other customer specific workflow into the meter reading and AMR configuration process.



Temetra goes global. 40 countries, 20 languages

Global deployments of Temetra continue, with meter reading and storage in more than 40 countries. We’re opening our first instance running the southern hemisphere, giving faster access and more options for data privacy provisions.