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Academic Journal of Business & Management, 2022, 4(11); doi: 10.25236/AJBM.2022.041119.

Analysis and Adoption of the Internet of Things in Life Cycle Management of Electric Energy Meters


Yu Zhu, Yao Jin, Lin Tao, Guoqing Gong, Yao Zhou

Corresponding Author:
Yu Zhu

Marketing Service Center of Anhui Electric Power Co., Ltd., Hefei, 230088, Anhui, China


Objective: this research aims to design and implement the whole life cycle management system of electric energy meters based on the Internet of Things. Methods: first, the current development status of power asset management and the Internet of Things industry in China is studied and analyzed, and the existing problems of power asset management are pointed out. Then, the radio frequency identification (RFID) technology used in system design is introduced in detail. After that, the design scheme of the system is introduced from the aspects of the overall design structure of the system and the development and operation environment. Finally, the concrete implementation and research results of the system are introduced and analyzed. Results: the results of actual investigation and analysis show that the system proposed in this research has good practical application value, realizing the full life cycle management of electric energy meters, shortening the time of each stage of asset management, and greatly improving the work efficiency of managers. Conclusion: the Internet of Things technology has high application value and prospects in electric energy meter life cycle management.


Internet of Things; electric energy meter; life cycle management; RFID

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Yu Zhu, Yao Jin, Lin Tao, Guoqing Gong, Yao Zhou. Analysis and Adoption of the Internet of Things in Life Cycle Management of Electric Energy Meters. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 11: 129-135. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2022.041119.


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