Sensors provide a new perspective
Knowledge is essential to efficient operations, safety, maintenance routines and innovation. Robust NEURON sensors will provide you with real-time information about your processes, machines, buildings and vessels.
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At the Pikerfoss hydropower plant in the middle of Numedalslågen, Norway, up to 120 cubic meters of water flows through the turbine every second. Now this power becomes smarter and safer with El-Watch wireless sensors. Pikerfoss is a hydropower plant with 16 MW installed capacity. This is more or less enough to power about 3,000[…]
Norwegian technology company El-Watch AS has developed a new system for monitoring lorry tyres in real-time. The system consists of a brand-new sensor and software. Installation is quick and simple. The sensor attaches to the inside of the tyre and measures temperature and pressure in real time. The measurements are uploaded to the cloud and[…]
On July 15 this summer, Kjetil Blokkum and the brothers Frode and Jostein Johansen, cram into a crappy Skoda in which they are going to drive from Norway to Mongolia. They are participants in Mongol Rally 2018, arranged by The Adventurist, which is an organization that aims to make the world less boring. Small, shit[…]
A few days ago, Neuron sensors was the first solution to be presented when Innovation Norway presented theexplorer, a digital showroom for Norwegian green and sustainable solutions. Why are sensors part of the solution? According to the World Economic Forum, IoT (the internet of things) could be a game-changer for sustainability. But how? Sensors do[…]
In November 2017, researchers settled the age-old debate of whether dogs or cats are the smartest. Dogs are the smartest (sic). They actually have more than twice as many neurons in their brains. On the bright side, other researchers were able to confirm that cat owners, at least, are smarter than dog owners, and that[…]
Our sensors are programmed to register data every 2 seconds. This adds up to well over 15 million measurements per year. As they have an estimated battery life of about 15 years, this means that they measure the temperature of their surroundings almost 240 million times before they’re done. Is this Big Data? No, not[…]