Power Engineering


Building better infrastructure

Smart sensors can be embedded into everything, from ovens to pylons, to optimise power supply to homes and businesses. With the help of everynet, they communicate directly with smart grids, automatically adjusting and fine-tuning. These grids can be of any size, covering a single building or a whole country.

And it’s not just about electricity. Water companies in Europe are deploying remote sensors across their network to monitor the health of pipes and equipment. Since installing them, some major suppliers have spent 30% less on infrastructure, and suffered 70% fewer breakdowns.

The same logic applies to everything, from roads and bridges to dams and drainage systems. Distributed, real-time data makes infrastructure faster, more efficient and longer-lasting.