Erik Zetterqvist, Co-founder of Devair.



During the spring and up until now, Devair has made several visits to testbed Ebbepark and Stångåstaden’s buildings, conducting a multitude of measurements on the indoor environment.

As the testing progressed, they were able to explore more functionality in line with the simultaneous development of their product and software. Devair has now gathered a significant amount of data that will be evaluated to provide further value for the product and its customers, showing that testing its products in real environments has been crucial to understanding its performance.

The testing is a part of the Linköping Climate Neutral project together with Viable Cities,  where small to medium-sized companies get the opportunity to apply for test bed vouchers to test their solutions in Linköping and get funding up to 20 000/SEK. The solutions should be within the climate- and energy sectors. Read more about the application process here.

Read the full interview with Erik Zetterqvist, Co-founder of Devair here.

Read the full report of Devair’s learnings from their performed tests here (in Swedish).


Did you know?

In September it’s time for Ebbeparks draknäste (Dragon’s den) where companies will get the opportunity to pitch their solutions for 5 dragons representing Lejonfastigheter, Sankt Kors fastighets AB, Stångåstaden, Tekniska Verken and RISE. We need your application on September 6th the latest! Apply here.