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Recent news

Press Release: Metrum add new capital via equity issuance and doubling number of employees

[2018-02-20]

The Swedish company Metrum, a world-leading measurement and power quality company, is adding new capital through equity issuance in order to further develop AI for use in electricity power quality. The technology enables Metrum to predict shortcomings and disruptions in the electrical grid. Owing to the equity issuance, the company shortly will be able to double the number of employees at its head office in Gothenburg, as well as increase the pace of its global expansion.

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Statnett, the Norwegian national grid transmission company, is the first user of Metrum’s new updated web application for power quality monitoring

[2018-01-20]

Statnett has been using the Metrum power quality solutions in the national grid for many years. The new Metrum PQ Web offer many new functionalities, including flexible drawing tools and updated graphical viewers of events and disturbances, as well as different filters and sorting for greater analysis and statistics. 

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Metrum certified according to new product standard

[2017-10-15]

As one of the first companies in the world, Metrum – world leader in research and development for energy and power quality – recently certified its new instrument platform PQX3 and its latest instrument model PQX3-FR according to the new product standard IEC 62586.

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Breakthrough in Metrum’s R&D projects: AI predicts voltage changes and power demand in the grid

[2017-10-10]

European Pattern Recognition (EPR) is a research and development project funded by the EU and the Swedish Energy Agency, with Metrum leading the project. One part of the project is based on the development of software applications for trend analysis, where AI (artificial intelligence) and pattern recognition are used to predict what will happen in energy grids and to detect discrepancies and errors at an early stage. And there has now been a breakthrough.

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