Sweden

Smart Buildings

Swedish Building Automation Challenger Regin AB Acquires DEOS AG

June 10th, 2022
Lighting

Fagerhult’s Connected Lighting Business and Financials Examined

May 25th, 2022
Smart Buildings

Bravida’s Smart Building Automation Business Examined

In this Research Note, we examine the building automation business of Bravida Holding AB, a 100-year old Swedish company with a vision statement of “bringing buildings to life”.   This analysis is based on their 2021 Annual Report, investor presentations, growth strategy and M&A activities. Bravida operates in the Nordic market for technical service and installation of buildings and facilities. Bravida’s core […]

Smart Buildings

Bemsiq Grows its Building Automation Field Devices Business to Over $100m

Bemsiq AB, with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, consists of a group of 10 companies and 475 employees providing building automation field devices and energy metering products.  The business was established by Latour, the Swedish investment group in 2016. In this Research Note, we examine the Bemsiq business, based on the investor presentations, annual report of their parent company and […]

Smart Buildings

Digital Workplace Vendor Flowscape Achieves Strong Recurring Revenues in 2021

Flowscape Technology AB, a Stockholm-based listed company registered on the Swedish Spotlight Stock Market, is a provider of space booking software and hardware with revenues under $10 million. In this Research Note, we examine the business, based on their trading updates, investor presentations, and workplace management strategy. Flowscape, founded in 2011 has developed a system for optimizing office space as well […]

Smart Cities

Scandinavian Minimalist Design Seeps into Smart Urban Development

Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism, democracy, and functionality that emerged from the five Scandinavian nations in the early 20th century and has flourished across the world since the 1950s. Scandinavian designers are known especially for household goods including furniture, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and glass, but the Scandinavian design phenomenon has […]

Smart Cities

North American Geothermal Heating is Quietly Gaining Steam

Geothermal heating reduces carbon emissions, energy costs, and dependence on fossil fuels, and has become a standard in many parts of the world. The US lags behind, however, with geothermal having to fight for the federal incentive “scraps” that solar and wind power have only recently recovered. New developments and a renewed sense of optimism […]

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