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Cloud-Based Indoor Climate Station Embbeded in Active Plant Screen

Reference number
Coordinator Vertical Plants System Sweden AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 493 179
Project duration July 2019 - December 2022
Status Completed
Venture The strategic innovation programme Electronic Components and Systems:

Important results from the project

** Denna text är maskinöversatt ** The aim was to digitize active plant walls and develop a new type of VOC sensor system that is integrated into a sensor station that is connected via the cloud to the digitized active plant wall. This integration makes it possible to control the active plant wall as needed and provides a basis for improving air quality and energy saving. 4 different parts 1. Control box and Extension box 2. Specific VOC sensor 3. The sensor station 4. Field testing The first 3 parts are ready and functioning well. Part 4 will be completed after this Vinnova project is finished.

Expected long term effects

** Denna text är maskinöversatt ** The result is very good, we expect that this unique digitized active plant wall will have a large market potential as a natural air purifier with multi-functions both indoors and outdoors.

Approach and implementation

** Denna text är maskinöversatt ** Planning and implementation with several different partners/teams has been challenging for the coordinator but at the same time very effective. Each team has been composed with the unique competence required for that particular assignment. Initially, we had brainstorming with all parties together, then quickly went into respective teams and concentrated on that task. Team 1 has had a fantastic collaboration Team 1 consisted of 5 different parties and approx. 6-7 people. Other teams have also worked well, team 4 which started last is not finished.

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Last updated 17 March 2023

Reference number 2019-02095

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