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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 a glucose meters 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 care

AsthmaWatch pollution data and pollen forecast for Stockholm

Air pollution induced respiratory diseases are rapidly increasing in large cities. Treatment of diseases caused by air pollution is estimated to cost approximately 2% of GDP in developed countries and 5% in developing countries. AsthmaWatch, developed in the GOEASY project incorporates a Galileo based secure mobile air quality monitoring platform into a mobile smartphone app

IoT Bridge Webinar

Monday the 21st of June CNets subsidiary IoTBridge organizes a Webinar in cooperation with Stockholm cities Trafikkontoret: “Digitalt beslutsstöd för komplex broinfrastruktur i urbana regioner” at 09:00-11:30 o-clock. The event targets stakeholders related to bridge maintenance to introduce new digital solutions for bridge managements and maintenance. The event will feature the following presentations on Swedish:

New generation of GoEASY field kit

CNet has developed a Sensor field kit to monitor air pollutants within urban areas. The field kits can measure different pollutants and transmit their location where the measurement is taken to visualize the current level of different pollutants within the area. The data is stored and the GoEasy App can visualize historical readings at different

CheckWatt extends business to Africa

African countries face the need to meet a fast-growing energy demand but its nations can pick from a portfolio rich in renewable energy sources, including water, sun and wind, among others. Building on experience gathered around the globe Africa can design it’s energy sector for the future. Half of the continent has solar radiation intensities

CheckWatt adds energy storage services

CNets spin-off company CheckWatt is expanding services with solutions to store energy and manage usage intelligently. The fast growing market of private solar installations and electrical vehicles are followed by extended needs regarding the electrical infrastructure but also offer new possibilities for utilization. In 2019, the market for electric grid ancillary services was approximately 1.5