Municipal Water

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In most countries, 20-25% of the fresh water produced is lost due to leakages in the public water network. Billions of Euros are wasted each year in Europe because pipelines cannot be effectively and efficiently monitored.


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Control & automation of irrigation gets more and more important to give crops and cattles the best possible conditions. The challenge is to master the control & automation remotely.

District Cooling

District cooling

To monitor pipelines for the district cooling sector is critical for many reasons and enabling fast and precise actions on deviations even more important. This is why all parts of this network has to be monitored with accuracy.

Industrial Water

Industrial water

Remote monitoring of industrial processes was been implemented a long time ago but the new IoT era unleash a new level of potential for optimisations but the need of solid power supply and secure, wireless communication persists.

What’s in common for these applications?

Well, when working with IoT (internet of things), power is always a hassle. Aqua Robur has turned this challenge to an opportunity. We work with flow based applications where the flowing media itself turn into the source of power for the local IoT devices. No more struggle with long and expensive cords or replacing batteries. On top of this we’ve added state of the art wireless IoT connectivity. Scroll down to learn more.  



The self-powered IoT device

Collecting data has never been easier.The brand new Fenix Hub combines the state of art wireless IoT communication  with the innovative power supply, which replaces the need of changing batteries and digging for grid connections.


The Fenix Hub is a self-powered IoT device (RTU) design for the water sector. With its built in – hydro based – energy harvester, which efficiently transforms a small part of the energy in the water pipeline into accessible electricity, it enable measurement where it’s most needed and not only where there is access to electricity.


The new Fenix Hub is developed to meet the needs of the modern remote measurement strategy, which strive towards real time data transfer and a high sensor density. In practice, this put high expectations on the power supply to be flexible, durable and cost effective. Working with DMAs or other measurement strategies becomes so much easier.


The energy harvester is available in two sizes depending in the energy need and the local circumstances. The two ones can be view below, D100 to the left and the G50 to the right.


In combination with the LoRaWAN or NB-IoT sensor platform the Fenix Hub gives a superior ability to collect data from all parts of the water network.