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Bridge professor’s favorite constructions

Samhällsbyggarna, an association focusing on the development, building and management of Swedens future society, ran a feature about Raid Karoumi, the Research Director of CNets subsidiary IoTBridge and professor at KTHs department of bridge and steel construction written by Fredrik Hielscher. An excursion into the fascinating world of bridge constructions and the opportunities new technologies

Support of BRIS

CNet proudly supports BRIS, short for “Barnens rätt i samhället” – childrens rights in society. BRIS is an organization to advocate the rights and living conditions of children and young people in accordance with the UN Convention. BRIS has daily contact with children and young people via chat, email and telephone. Chat and email can

Join the EFPF challenges

CNet as member of the European Connected Factory Platform for Agile Manufacturing invites students, researcher as well as SMEs focused on innovation, research and development to test, validate, and develop the EFPF platform including its tools, services and infrastructure (e.g. Data Spine elements) in a hands-on community event of the EFPF Ecosystem Catalyzer Event from:

iBridge presented at Stålbyggnadsdagen 2021

John Leander, from CNets subsidiary IoTBridge, presented the project iBridge on this year’s highlight for the steel construction industry, Stålbyggnadsdagen 2021, which was held 28th October in Stockholm. iBridge aims to develop and demonstrate a full-scale digital instrumentation of bridges. The purpose is to complement manual inspections and to accelerate the industrialization of digital measurement

Launch of Grain Balance

CNet is proud to present a new product that was created in cooperation with our partner Skandia Elevator, who delivers efficient products and services for grain farmers worldwide. Grain Balance is an exciting new product for grain handling, combining innovations in mechanics, IoT devices and cloud computing and we are proud to be part of

Checkwatt provides energy management system for grid battery

CNets subsidiary Checkwatt provides the energy management system (EMS) for a 1MWh battery storage in Varberg. The system handles communication and control of the battery storage on site. This Container sized unit is the first step of a larger battery warehouse that is planned to be operational by 2023. CheckWatt’s cooperation partner Solkompaniet delivers and

CNet joins smart city lighthouse project

CNet has joined the European project RESPONSE which aims to establish a strategic vision for Smart Cities Energy Transition: Climate-neutral cities by 2050. The project aims to make energy sustainability reality by solving the energy trilemma (security, equity/affordability, environmental sustainability) at building, block and district levels in smart cities. The project builds upon intelligent integrated

IoT BRIDGE welcomes Jacob Nyman

CNets subsidary IoT BRIDGE welcomes a new member to the team, Jacob Nyman. Mr. Nyman, who majored at KTH, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) specializes in machine learning and will complement the teams expertise which consists of experienced IoT as well as cloud architects and developers, bridge construction scientists, sensor instrumentation experts

New method to predict life expectancy of machines

CNets has sponsored a master thesis analyzing a new method to create a health indicator for machines. The master thesis was handed in and evaluated by KTHs School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS). The work is based on distance measurements transformed into a vector space through a feed-forward neural network. The neural network

Integration of glucose meter in LinkWatch Cloud Service

CNets has sponsored a bachelor thesis targeting the integration of the Keto-Mojo glucose meter into the LinkWatch eHealth platform. The thesis was handed in and evaluated at KTHs School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH). As different medical products send data to their own platforms, it becomes challenging for both patient and