Turning city infrastructure into smart interconnected objects
Founding Year: October 2012
Location: Ideon Science Park, Lund, Sweden
Greinon has developed a non-centralized intelligent wireless system for remote monitoring and control over the city infrastructure, so that information from street lights, traffic lights, trash containers, etc could be collected and analysed in real time by infrastructure manager.
The system comprises hardware and software, and is based on wireless connectivity and combination of sensors. It makes it possible for the city to save up to 80% of energy, cut down maintenance costs by 2/3, improve citizens’ comfort and security, cut down CO2 emissions and lighting pollution tremendously.
Greinon’s wireless controller is the first fully modular system on the market, which makes it cheaper to install, easier to customise, and possible to fit into various applications that could be interested for cities in near future. The hardware is tiny in size and consumes much less power than alternative solutions.
Team Members: Serdar Köse, founder, CEO, development engineer; Tanya Kolyaka, founder, marketing & sales manager; Ulf Körner, founder, senior technical adviser; Tord Wingren, Chairman of the Board