POWERS AND CONNECTS EVERY SENSOR
IN THE WATER SECTOR
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 team driving Aqua Robur Technologies has a diverse background in business development, entrepreneurship, financing, mechanical engineering and access decades of experience in specific engineering capabilities through the group of consultants engaged in the company. Started as a venture at the top Swedish university incubator, Encubator of Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship, Aqua Robur Technologies has access to a knowledge hub of Chalmers University of Technology.
Niklas is a purposeful growth strategist with a great rapport with Aqua Robur’s customers and partners. He moves things forward both on operational level and when working with our growing network. Niklas holds a MSc at the Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship and a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Chalmers. Niklas has a background as a CEO, a co-founder and a board member from a variety of industries.
Martin has unique skills when it comes to turning customer demands into brilliant product concepts. At Aqua Robur he is leading our cross-functional engineering team towards a common goal – to develop the best possible solution for the customer. This is achieved by challenging the team of expertise and experience with entrepreneurial thoughts and close relation to end-customer. Martin holds a MSc in Product Development and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering, both from Chalmers University of Technology.
Alexander has recently joined Aqua Robur Technologies to strengthen the product development team. He explores opportunities to build innovative features for the Aqua Power Solution. Alexander holds a MSc in Applied Mechanics Chalmers University of Technology.
Marcus recently joined the Aqua Robur team to work with sales and business development. He work both with municipal end users as well as with European middlemen.
His has a background in the Swedish Armed Forces, the solar cell industry and has a BSc in International business focused around management and finance at Regent’s University in London.
We are constantly looking for suitable persons to join our team. The overall goal is to accelerate the development process of our value offering to our customers. In return we offer a great working environment where your job makes a real impact on company’s technology and market outlook.
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Aqua Robur have formed several alliances with leading industrial actors in various technological fields in the water sector in order to give the end customer the best possible experience.
Various perspectives and years of experience are gathered in the board of directors of Aqua Robur Technologies in order to form the strategic direction of which the company is pursuing.
The project is supported by Climate-KIC (Knowledge and Information Community), the EU’s largest public private partnership across sectors and geographies addressing climate change through innovation to build a zero carbon economy. Climate-KIC is supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union.