Old electrical, gas, and water meters are being replaced by smart meters. They're quicker than traditional meters, using radio frequency signals to send meter readings back to the service provider. While 132,000 meters have already been installed this year in Ohio alone, not everyone's thrilled. Homeowners in Illinois have already taken the meter companies to court, preferring traditional meter option means. Today on Tech Tuesday, the future of smart meters. And, Russell Holly joins us again.
Michael Kennedy, CEO, TrustedSec
Asim Haque, PUCO chairman
David Gulbransen, Naperville attorney
Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central