Indriya Technologies


Comprehensive Energy and Water management solutions for medium and large-scale providers. Indriya Technologies designs and manufactures advanced end-to-end, energy and water metering systems. Our innovative and patented, hardware/software suite enables energy companies to measure, report and control resources in an efficient manner. Using bespoke circuit design and server systems, our comprehensive package is unique and in the forefront of business completeness. Providers can rapidly deploy and quickly realize Return on Investment with long-term stability.

Who We Are

  • Formed in 2005 by a group of professionals, with a vision to provide world class technology to make common man’s life simple.
  • An ISO 9001-2008 certified company
  • Inhouse developed with no external licencing of any software
  • The company boasts of its dedicated team of engineers, a strong Research lab, state of the art production line and a testing lab as per BIS norms.
  • The products are ISI marked under ISI-13779, IS-14697 IEC 62052-11, 62053-21, 22
  • Meters partly tested under ANSI-12.20 with METLABS, US


  • Successful implementation of Prepaid AMR Metering system on pilot basis with Kerala State Electricity Board at various Government Departments.
  • Successful implementation of TOD AMR meters at various locations in Mumbai with BEST on pilot basis.
  • Successful completion of Field Tests at Hubli Electricity Supply Company.
  • Successful implementation of conversion of Bulk water meters into AMR meters with loads of features in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
  • Successful testing of meters( Load test ) with METLABS, USA for ANSI certification
  • Successful testing of meters with Central Electricity Supply Utility, Orissa including field testing of meters at substations.
  • Extensive field testing of all types of meters- Single phase, Three Phase, CT Meters, Prepaid meters.
  • Convertors for converting existing digital meters into AMR meters.


  • Transparent.
  • Cost Effective.
  • Helpful in reducing losses both in terms of transmission losses and cost of operation.
  • Reduce consumer grievance.
  • Improving efficiency in generation, transmission and distribution.