In a few years, billions of sensors will be connected to Internet of Things. When these sensors will move into industrial environments, the electricity supply can become problematic. Through a unique vibration energy harvesting technology, ReVibe Energy has found a solution to the problem.

Today, the sensors are powered by batteries that are replaced every once in a while. This takes time, cost money and can even be dangerous.

That is where ReVibe Energy comes in. From a patent, ReVibe Energy has been able to develop a technology that makes vibrations from machines into electricity. By doing so, the sensors can run for years without having to change batteries, thus having less of an environmental impact. On top of that, the solution is reliable, flexible and safe.

– For us at ReVibe Energy, the thrill and excitement lie in being able to deliver products that bring tremendous value for our customers while doing it sustainably, says Viktor Börjesson, CEO at ReVibe Energy.

The company has had a successful start and is already cooperating with big companies, both Swedish and international. In 2018, ReVibe Energy was featured on the 33 list, which lists the hottest tech startups in Sweden.

Read more and book a meeting with ReVibe Energy here.


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