RMA.Net™ is the widely adopted meter reading enterprise solution from industry leaders CAT. Years of experience in the meter reading and meter auditing markets have culminated in the first truly scalable solution suitable for both small and big enterprises that allows modular expansion as new technologies become relevant and available.
RMA.Net interfaces to a range of wireless RF and cellular communications based AMR technologies and has an extensive and completely flexible interface allowing for compatibility to almost any billing or ERP system.
REMOTE METER READING
Remote Mobile Service (RMS) to recieve and transmit data readings from fieldworker units remotely utilising cellular technologies such as GPRS, 3G, HSDPA and Edge to wirelessly transmit readings back to the office once a meter reading route has been completed.
RMA.Net is GPS capable allowing the handheld device to assist the meter reader in locating the correct meter. Results can be viewed within RMA showing each meter reader’s path from meter to meter and the exact location
where each reading was obtained. This information can be extremely useful for meter audits.
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT REPORTING
RMA.Net hosts a customer Web Interface whereby customers can log into the system to view reading history and print reports as well as submit readings via the web. RMA.Net has a comprehensive set of management reports which supply key performance
indicators to help enhance, and thereby streamline the meter reading process.
Innovative Route Management utility which allows the creation of optimal routing of system routes which are the best size and sequence. Reports are available to monitor route efficiencies.
Ultra-Rugged portable printing solutions allow field staff to issue accounts in the field at the location where the meter was read. In addition to this the same technology can be deployed for issuance of disconnection notices, notices of scheduled repairs and other communications and requests.
AMR is available using an AMR receiver integrated into the handheld and a transponder connected to the meter. When the meter reader either walks or
drives by, the meter reading is automatically sent to the handheld.