Smart Metering Communications Solutions – Arqiva

Arqiva are helping people save on their water and energy bills with smart metering. See how smart metering works.


Arqiva accredited by Investors in People as ‘We invest in people, gold’

Arqiva, the leading UK communications infrastructure company, has been awarded a We invest in people, gold accreditation by Investors in People (IIP).  


Assuring availability and security in Smart Water Networks

Arqiva’s end-to-end approach to security, availability and disaster recovery protects investments and ensures water companies and their customers can face their smart future with confidence.


Planning your Smart Water Network...the Arqiva way

Arqiva’s network and radio planning underpins the successful collection, processing and delivery of millions of Smart Water Meter (SWM) readings every day.


Arqiva FY19 financial results

Revenue and EBITDA growth in year of strong programme delivery


Second generation smart meters pass 2 million mark – top 10 localities revealed

The Smart Data Communications Company (DCC) has announced that its 2 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) was installed on Saturday 07 September by British Gas in Carshalton, Surrey.


Utilities and IoT: Securing the future today

Arqiva’s Chief Information Security Officer, Denis Onuoha, emphasises the importance of safeguarding the utility industry’s smart networks.


One millionth smart meter connects to Britain’s secure network

The Data Communications Company (DCC) has announced that one million second-generation (SMETS2) smart meters have been successfully connected to its nationwide secure network.

Our Views

Future thinking in the Smart Water sector

We’ve already seen evidence from smart water’s early adopters that dedicated network connectivity can make a real difference in the utilities sector.


Smart water networks: A layered view

As part of an ongoing shift from traditional to ‘smart water’, the UK’s water companies are beginning to add various layers of connected equipment and analytics to their networks of pipes, pumps, meters and valves.


Working towards a smarter water industry

Smart meters are helping water companies around the UK to improve the services they provide for customers.