Optimizing chemical dosing for H2S mitigation

Fagerberg distributes The Consibio Platform which includes sensors for real-time H2S monitoring, IoT Connectors for real-time data transport to the Cloud or SCADA system, and the Consibio Cloud for monitoring and controlling the processes.

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Intelligent H2S monitoring

We decrease the chemical dosing in sewage pipes with intelligent H2S measurements. We do this based on advanced algorithms that account every H2S measurement for water level and ventilation to provide the most accurate measuremts on the market.

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Cloud-based greenhouse control solutions

Senmatic and Consibio have entered a strategic partnership to develop and distribute cloud-based control solutions for the horticulture industry all around the world.

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Digitalization of insect production

We aggregate and systemise production data. This way it becomes possible to control the production towards specific KPI’s concerning climate impact, optimal production time and feed conversion.

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Food production in rural areas

The BioPod is an Aquaponics solution centered around the local production of both fish and plants in a symbiosis, where household wastes are utilized as fish feed and basis of plant fertilizer.

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Virtual sensors in insect production

We proved that is was possible to obtain an estimate of metabolic activity and actual amount of biomass from mathematical models of heat development and respiration.

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Predictive H2S control of biogas plants

This project seeks to optimize both cost efficiency and performance of current biofilter technology through the use of new data and IoT based technologies.

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Model predictive control of a bioreactor

We facilitated experiments by supplying a monitoring and control solution for MPC implementation. This made it possible to simulate the human digestive system - in vitro

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