Another installation of our Clamp-on IoT sensors with cloud-based dashboards.
That was the boring technical part.
– Avoid unplanned downtime
– Avoid unnecessary idling
– Optimize OEE
Benefit for all of us:
Emit less CO2
Here you see our Project Manager Rasmus.
He’s smiling wide.
He is in the Netherlands with our project partner TUE.
Here we are developing a new research-based method to solve problems in the electricity supply in production companies.
We look forward to presenting this groundbreaking solution when it is ready.
Welcome to Nicklas Andersen as Team Lead in our ReSave team.
In addition to the responsibility of the team, he gets i.a. also the responsibility for analyzing all the data we receive from our IoT sensors – and for optimizing energy and resources in buildings and in production at our customers.
Nicklas is a civil engineer from Aalborg University and comes with solid experience in the area.
Lovely to see data being used for energy optimization. IoT sensors gives a completely new and detailed insight in your energy consumption – both in buildings and in production (and often with a high ROI).
Link to the article: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6814106410503192576/
Read how Lasse – with a background as a highly specialized intensive care nurse – ends up being involved in the development of our new clamp-on flow sensor (which is patented).
One of the slightly more untraditional ways to be at the forefront of technological development worldwide.
Link to the article: https://ingenioer.au.dk/uddannelser/moed-ingenioerstuderende/lasse-skiftede-karriere-som-40-aarig/