Secure and Connected Smart Ventilation Systems with Radon Measurements

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Smart ventilation

This project will develop a new type of decentralized ventilation system that will also handle radon measurements, which will be linked up with the help of Internet of Things technology and enable new types of services for businesses. As well as an open platform will be built as other companies also take part in creating similar products and services.

The project aims to facilitate Swedish companies to implement digitalization of their products to create secure smart systems, monitor service ranges for their products, enable customers to control them over the Internet, optimize operations, and create new business benefits by being able to sell suitable spare parts and maintenance materials directly to the customers. More specifically, the project will develop a new type of decentralized ventilation system that will also handle radon measurements, which will be linked up with the help of Internet of Things technology and enable new types of services for businesses. As well as an open platform will be built as other companies also take part in creating similar products and services.

The project consists of three partners, Mid Sweden University, which will work with data communication and computer systems, focused on Internet-of-Things (IoT) services, MidDec Scandinavia AB, which develops, manufactures and sells customized detectors for ionized radiation measurement and Air Green Sweden AB develops decentralized ventilation systems, so-called space heat exchangers.

The project contains three work packages, the first focusing on further developing ventilation units. Work package two handles secure connection to a smart value chain and the last work package focuses on challenges linked to new business opportunities. The idea of the project is also to develop the competitiveness of small businesses because the communication system will develop as an open source system with general programming interfaces, allowing other companies to reuse the majority of the developed platform.

 

Partner companies

Researchers

Projectleader

Ulf Jennehag, Assistant Professor Mid Sweden University

Researchers

Stefan Forsström, Assistant Professor Mid Sweden University

Partner companies

Peter Björs, Air Green Sweden

Örjan Martelleur, MidDec Scandinavia Sweden

Project period

2018-11-01 - 2020-01-31

Funding

996 684 SEK