October 15, 2017News

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

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. arrow_forward

October 15, 2017News

Metrum certified according to new product standard

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. The standard makes it easier for users to choose the right type of measurement instruments, and many international utility companies already have the new product standard as a mandatory requirement in their tender specifications. arrow_forward

September 10, 2017News, Research & Development

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

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.   “We’re very excited and pleased to be able to say that we have achieved a breakthrough in our project,” says Metrum CTO Robert Olofsson. arrow_forward

May 18, 2017News

Math Bollen visit Metrum at Chalmers University Power Conference 2017

World-known power quality expert and Professor Math Bollen visit Metrum at the Chalmers University Power Conference 2017. Metrum continue to work close with Chalmers University, University of Borås, Luleå University and with Professor Math Bollen in many areas, including AI and pattern recognition and other studies. Metrum continue to lead the power quality subject globally, both with existing products and solutions as well as with its R&D. arrow_forward