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March 3, 2022

This entire month you can ask us anything!

For the first time, we are doing exclusive AMA sessions on our newly launched tools

After the successful launch of our four analytics tools, SmartHelio conducted two product showcase sessions with solar industry experts from Europe, Asia and USA. The response to the product showcase events have been overwhelming for our team. Hence, we have decided to dedicate this entire month for our industry friends to know more about our newly launched analytics tools. As a part of this initiative you can book an exclusive Ask Me Anything (AMA) session with us every Wednesday & Friday, 1300 CET/ 5.30 PM IST. During the 45 minutes session, you can ask us anything on the four real-time analytics tools:

  • Data Automation Service: Clean millions of data points within seconds. 99% pure data for better accuracy.
  • GHI Forecasting Service: In-house developed Dynamic Climatic Modelling. 98% accuracy for any plant across the globe.
  • Dynamic Cleaning Schedule: Real-time prediction of when and where to clean. Clean to achieve maximum profitability.
  • PV Panel Analytics: Eliminate the use of drones & equipment for one time surveys. Eliminate the use of drone and equipment for one-time survey

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SmartHelio is a certified B Corp

Press Release (German) SmartHelio erhält B-Corporation-Zertifizierung

SmartHelio is a certified B Corp

Januar 2022: Das Datenintelligenzunternehmen SmartHelio hat heute seine Zertifizierung als eingetragene B Corp bekannt gegeben.

B Corps sind eine internationale Gemeinschaft von Unternehmen, die das Geschäft als Kraft für das Gute nutzen. Nach einer strengen Bewertung durch unabhängige Organisationen erhält Smarthelio die B Corp-Zertifizierung mit einer Punktzahl von 116,8 von 200 Punkten, welche weit über der Mindestpunktzahl für eine erfolgreiche Zertifizierung von 80 Punkten liegt.  Mit dieser Zertifizierung zeigt SmartHelio, dass es sich über den Gewinn hinaus für die Einhaltung der höchsten sozialen und ökologischen Standards einsetzt

Die B Corp-Zertifizierung bezieht sich auf das gesamte Unternehmen und deckt die fünf wichtigsten Bereiche, Governance, Arbeitnehmer, Gemeinschaft, Umwelt und Kunden ab. Der Zertifizierungsprozess ist streng: Um zertifiziert zu werden, muss ein Unternehmen eine Mindestpunktzahl von 80 Punkten im B Impact Assessment erreichen und Nachweise für sozial und ökologisch verantwortliche Praktiken erbringen – einschließlich Energieversorgung, Abfall- und Wasserverbrauch, Arbeitnehmer Entlohnung, Vielfalt und Unternehmenstransparenz. Eine weitere Voraussetzung für die B Corp-Zertifizierung ist die Satzungsänderung: Das Unternehmen muss                sein Engagement für einen über den Gewinn hinausgehenden Zweck in seiner Unternehmenssatzung verankern.

SmartHelio ist nun Teil einer Gemeinschaft von mehr als 4500 Unternehmen weltweit, die als B Corps zertifiziert sind. Die jüngste Investition des weltweit renommiertesten Startup-Investors Y Combinator hat das Unternehmen in die Lage versetzt, eine bahnbrechende Technologie für die Clean-Tech-Branche zu werden. Die B-Corps-Gemeinschaft            enthält Unternehmen aus einem Querschnitt von Branchen und Größen. Dazu gehören bekannte Marken wie innocent, Patagonia, Alpro, Triodos Bank, Alessi und Ecoalf.

 

Die jüngste Aufmerksamkeit für die Branche der erneuerbaren Energien, insbesondere für die Solarindustrie, macht die B Corp-Zertifizierung von SmartHelio zu einem bemerkenswerten Schritt und signalisiert einen Wandel hin zu mehr Verantwortlichkeit und Transparenz in diesem Sektor.

Jonathan Normand, Direktor von B Lab Switzerland, sagt: “B Lab ist erfreut, SmartHelio in der B Corp Gemeinschaft Willkommen zu heißen. SmartHelio ist ein Pionier in der Bereitstellung von prädiktiven Analysen zur Steigerung der Rentabilität von Cleantech-Infrastrukturen. Seine Technologie hat      die Rentabilität und Langlebigkeit der Anlagen für erneuerbare Energien erhöht, was früher unmöglich schien. Ich freue mich darauf zu sehen, wie SmartHelio andere Unternehmen dazu inspiriert, der B Corp ™ Gemeinschaft beizutreten und die Wirtschaft als Kraft für das Gute zu nutzen.”

Derzeit gibt es über 600 zertifizierte B Corps in Europa und über 4000 weltweit. Andere B Corps der Cleantech-Branche sind Engie Rassembleurs d’Energies, Ipsun Solar, Nuun by Nestle, Solaris Energy und Clean Solar.

 

Über B Lab Switzerland

B Lab Switzerland ist der Schweizer Zweig der globalen gemeinnützigen Organisation B Lab. B Lab verändert die globale Wirtschaft zum Wohle aller Menschen, Gemeinschaften und des Planeten. Als führendes Unternehmen im Bereich des wirtschaftlichen System Wandels schafft das globale Netzwerk Standards, Richtlinien und Instrumente für Unternehmen. Darüber hinaus zertifiziert es Unternehmen, die eine Vorreiterrolle einnehmen – die so genannten B Corps. Bis heute umfasst die Gemeinschaft über 4.100 B Corps in 74 Ländern und 153 Branchen, über 8.000 gemeinnützige Unternehmen und 100.000 Unternehmen, die ihre Auswirkungen mit B Impact Assessment und SDG Action Manager verwalten.

 

Über SmartHelio

SmartHelio ist ein Big-Data-Unternehmen für saubere Energie mit Sitz in der Schweiz. Das Unternehmen macht Cleantech-Infrastrukturen profitabel und langlebig, indem es eine proprietäre Deep-Data-Technologie nutzt, die in jahrzehntelanger Forschung in Europa entwickelt wurde. SmartHelio ist der Arzt für Solaranlagen. Er diagnostiziert bestehende Probleme aus der Ferne, sagt Fehler voraus und verschreibt Lösungen in Echtzeit.


SmartHelio is a certified B Corp

Press Release (FR) SmartHelio remporte la certification B Corporation

SmartHelio is a certified B Corp

 

21 janvier 2022: SmartHelio, une entreprise spécialisée dans l’intelligence des données, a annoncé aujourd’hui sa certification B Corp.

Les B Corps forment une communauté internationale d’entreprises qui utilisent le monde des affairescomme une force pour l’intérêt général. Après une rigoureuse évaluation par un organisme indépendant, Smarthelio obtient la certification B Corp avec un score de 116,8 points sur 200. Avec cette certification, SmartHelio démontre son engagement, au-delà du profit, à répondre aux normes sociales et environnementales les plus élevées.                     .

La certification B Corp intervient à tous les niveaux de l’entreprise et couvre cinq domaines d’impact clés: la Gouvernance, les Travailleurs, les C     ollectivités, l’Environnement et les Clients. Le processus de certification est exigeant. Pour être certifiée, une entreprise doit atteindre un score minimum de 80 points au B Impact Assessment et       et fournir des preuves de pratiques socialement et écologiquement responsables – notamment en matière d’approvisionnement en énergie, de déchets et d’utilisation de l’eau, de rémunération des travailleurs, de diversité et de transparence de l’entreprise. Un autre condition à l’obtention de la certification B Corp est l’inscription légale, au sein des statuts de l’entreprise, de son engagement à poursuivre un objectif au-delà du profit.

SmartHelio fait désormais partie d’une communauté de plus de 4500 entreprises dans le monde qui ont obtenu la certification B Corp. L’investissement récent de Y Combinator, le plus célèbre investisseur de start-ups au monde, a permis à SmartHelio de devenir une technologie disruptive dans le secteur des cleantech. La communauté B Corp inclut des entreprises de toutes tailles et de plus de 150 secteurs différents. Parmi elles, on retrouve des organisations connues comme innocent, Patagonia, Alpro, Triodos Bank, Alessi et Ecoalf.

L’attention récente portée à l’industrie des énergies renouvelables, en particulier à l’industrie solaire, fait de la certification B Corp de SmartHelio une étape notable, et signale un changement vers une plus grande responsabilité et transparence dans le secteur.

 

Jonathan Normand, directeur de B Lab Suisse, déclare : “B Lab est ravi d’accueillir SmartHelio dans la communauté B Corp. SmartHelio a été un pionnier dans la fourniture d’analyses pour augmenter la rentabilité des infrastructures d’énergie propre. Sa technologie a augmenté la rentabilité et la longévité des actifs d’énergie renouvelable, ce qui semblait auparavant impossible. Je suis impatient de voir SmartHelio inspirer d’autres entreprises à rejoindre la communauté B Corp      et à utiliser le monde des affaires comme une force pour l’intérêt général.”

Il existe actuellement plus de 700 B Corps certifiés en Europe et plus de 4500 dans le monde. Parmi les autres B Corps de l’industrie cleantech figurent Engie Rassembleurs d’Energies, Ipsun Solar, Nuun by Neslte, Solaris Energy et Clean Solar.

 

À propos de B Lab Switzerland

B Lab Switzerland est la branche suisse de l’organisation mondiale à but non lucratif B Lab. B Lab transforme l’économie mondiale au profit de tous les individus, des communautés et de la planète. En tant que leader du changement des systèmes économiques, son réseau mondial crée des normes, des politiques et des outils pour les entreprises. En outre, il certifie les entreprises – appelées B Corps – qui montrent la voie. À ce jour, la communauté compte plus de 4 500 B Corps dans 74 pays et 153 secteurs d’activité, plus de 8 000 sociétés à but lucratif et 100 000 entreprises qui gèrent leur impact à l’aide de B Impact Assessment et du SDG Action Manager.

 

À propos de SmartHelio

SmartHelio est une entreprise spécialisée dans l’utilisation du Big Data pour l’énergie propre basée en Suisse. L’entreprise rend les infrastructures cleantech rentables et durables en utilisant une technologie propriétaire de données profondes, développée au cours de décennies de recherche en Europe. SmartHelio est le médecin des centrales solaires. Il diagnostique à distance les problèmes existants, prédit les pannes et prescrit des solutions en temps réel.


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COP26: The time to Act is NOW

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From going paperless to giving options to attendees to make sustainable food choices, the COP26 conference left no stone unturned to send the environment consciousness message both in words and through actions in every way. The beginning is inspiring, but the real work comes beyond the commitments at COP26, when these announcements will need to face accountability.

200 countries and World leaders, more than 40,000 participants, 22,274 party delegates and 14,124 observers deliberated for two weeks to come up with one document of agreement at the 26th meeting of the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP) that ended recently in Glasgow, UK.

The key issues addressed by the world leaders, researchers, scientists and activists at the COP26 included commitments like:

  • Ending deforestation, planting more trees and saving the existing ones.
  • Cutting down methane emission by 30% by 2030. Net zero emissions to be achieved by 2050.
  • Shifting from coal to alternative energy sources like solar, wind hydel etc.
  • Providing financial assistance to nations in order to help them in energy transition.
  • Taking immediate steps to limit the global temperature to 1.5 Degree Celsius to avoid Climate catastrophe.

From going paperless to giving options to attendees to make sustainable food choices, the COP26 conference left no stone unturned to send the environment consciousness message both in words and through actions in every way. For example, 84 kg of locally harvested Mara Seaweed was used as an entirely sustainable substitute for salt in dishes, drinking cups at the venue were reusable, saving up to approximately 250,000 single use cups, reusable, aluminium water bottles were provided to all participants.

Furthermore, priority was given to low- carbon, alternative energy sources such as electric and low-emission vehicles, solar energy for temporary traffic lights and Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) in generators instead of diesel.

The Global Forest Finance Pledge

One of the key issues discussed was to finance the protection, restoration, and sustainable management of forests. Massive deforestation, recent forest fires and damages caused by natural calamities have significantly reduced the forest cover. Over 130 leaders, representing more than 90% of the world’s forests, committed to work together to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030. 12 countries including UK, Japan, Canada, Germany and France announced in the COP26 Global Forest Finance pledge to collectively provide US $12 billion for forest-related climate finance between 2021 and 2025.

There were also discussions to scale up carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects globally, a much needed step, particularly considering the 2050 climate targets.

Fashion Industry’s Charter for Climate Action

As per McKinsey research the fashion sector was responsible for some 2.1 billion metric tons of greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions in 2018, about 4% of the global total. To put that in context, the fashion industry emits about the same quantity of GHGs per year as the entire economies of France, Germany, and the United Kingdom combined.

Fashion Industry’s Charter for Climate Action silenced years of allegations for being one of the most prominent contributors to Climate Change.

The Charter will drive the fashion industry to net zero greenhouse gas emissions. More than 130 companies and 41 supporting organisations like Burberry, H&M Group, VF Corporation, Adidas, Kering, Chanel, Nike, and PUMA have signed the Fashion Charter promising commitment to climate action.

Accelerating transition to ZEVs by 2030

According to the World Resource Institute, transport emissions accounted for over 24% of global CO2 emissions in 2016. They’re also expected to grow at a faster rate than that from any other sector, posing a major challenge to efforts to reduce emissions in line with the Paris Agreement and other global goals.

Emissions from the transport sector are a major contributor to climate change — about 14% of annual emissions (including non-CO2 gases) and around a quarter of CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels.

One of the major breakthrough commitments at the COP26 summit was to accelerate transition to Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) by 2030 or sooner. As many as 30 countries including India, Rwanda, Kenya agreed to work together to make ZEVs the new normal by making them accessible, affordable, and sustainable in all regions. Around $200 million of funds will be mobilised over the next 10 years for this purpose.

The leaders agreed on the fact that decarbonizing public transport was one of the quickest ways to reach decarbonisation. As many as 19 governments stepped forward to support the establishment of ‘green shipping corridors’ — zero-emission shipping routes between two ports.

UN Global Climate Action Awards

The COP26 conference also shed light on the ‘silent doers’ who were moving the world towards a highly resilient, low-carbon future. The UN Global Climate Action Awards recognized some of the most practical, scalable and replicable projects that showed how people, businesses, governments and industries were tackling climate change.

The awardees ranged from the world’s first renewable island community in Denmark to the leading debt-financing provider for distributed solar energy in Africa, to a London-based fashion house focused on environmentally, ethically and socially conscious style for a sustainable future.

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Gender at the forefront of climate action

Realising the widespread impact of climate change on weaker sections like women and girls, countries at the World Climate Change Summit committed to put gender at the forefront of climate action.

While Canada ensured that 80% of its $5.3 billion climate investments over the next five years will target gender equality outcomes, Germany announced a new Gender Strategy under its International Climate Initiative (IKI) which will promote gender-transformative approaches in international climate and biodiversity cooperation. Other countries that committed to embed gender equality in their Climate Action Plan included UK, Bolivia, USA etc.

Building sustainable healthcare systems

Learning a lesson from the COVID-19 pandemic, 47 countries committed to build healthcare systems that will be able to withstand the impacts of climate change. These healthcare systems will be sustainable as well as low on carbon. 12 of these countries have set a deadline of 2050 or earlier, by which their healthcare system will reach net zero.

Young generation demands climate action

More than 40,000 young climate leaders from 23 countries voiced their opinions at the World Climate summit in Glasgow. Making schools carbon-neutral and putting climate at the heart of national curriculums were some of the commitments made by the next generation leaders that signified how youngsters were an unstoppable force.

Leaders acknowledged that it was crucial to harness the expertise of young people and channelize their energy towards generating a global action on climate change. Education ministers from around the world pledged to draft a Sustainability and Climate Change strategy to equip and empower young people with the skills they need to drive the future of climate action. This includes the introduction of a Primary Science Model Curriculum, to include an emphasis on nature and the recognition of species and supporting the youngest pupils to develop conservation skills.

Adopting sustainable farming policies

Another main focus of the COP26 summit was on development of sustainable, low carbon agriculture and food systems. As many as 45 governments pledged urgent action and investment to protect nature and shift to more sustainable ways of farming. Around 95 companies committed to be ‘Nature Positive’ by 2030. The World bank committed to spend $25 billion in climate finance annually to 2025 through its Climate Action Plan with focus on agriculture and food systems.

The conference saw 26 nations committing to change their agricultural policies to become more sustainable and to invest in the science for protecting food supplies against climate change. These included India, Colombia, Vietnam, Germany, Ghana, and Australia. Over ten new countries signed up to protect 30% of the world’s ocean by 2030. These included Bahrain, Jamaica, St Lucia, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, India, Qatar, Samoa, Tonga, Gambia and Georgia.

Opportunity to succeed

Hours of discussions, negotiations, and arguments were exchanged, views and interests of around 200 countries were taken into consideration to come up with one document that will decide the future of this planet and our next generations.

While developed countries stressed on limiting global warming to 1.5°C, developing countries intended on securing firm pledges on climate finance, vulnerable countries demanded compensation for being the worst sufferers of climate change. But almost every country agreed on the fact that although the outcome was far from perfect, walking away with no agreement would have been even worse.

The beginning is inspiring, but the real work comes beyond the commitments at COP26, when these announcements will need to face accountability. A significant progress was made at the COP26 but we still have a mountain to climb.

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COP26 Highlight: Clean-tech innovations lead the way

COP26 Climate Change clean energy clean technology sustainabilityHours of discussions, negotiations, and arguments were exchanged at the COP26 conference to come with one document that will decide the fate of this world. But the real work comes beyond the commitments at COP26. The world is on the cusp of energy transition. But we still have a mountain to climb.

200 countries and World leaders, more than 40,000 participants, 22,274 party delegates and 14,124 observers deliberated for two weeks to come up with one document of agreement at the 26th meeting of the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP) that ended recently in Glasgow, UK.

After the release of the IPCC report that signaled a ‘Code Red’ for humankind, the COP26 summit was needed to frame a meaningful response to global warming. For all those who do not know what COP26 was, read here.

Smarthelio has been following the COP26 summit since day 1 in anticipation that some major decisions would be taken by World leaders regarding clean energy adoption. It was exciting to see clean energy was high on the agenda of the speakers. Several leaders also addressed the need for innovation and new technologies to meet the Global target of Net Zero Emission by 2050 possible.

We, as a company, feel that due to lack of resources and financial support, the vast impact of Climate Change would be borne by the poor countries. Hence, there is an urgent need for scaling up affordable clean technologies to ensure smooth clean energy transition of low and poor income countries.

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Net Zero emission by 2050 target is still possible through joint efforts of powerful nations, private companies and governments. Making clean energy affordable and investing in innovative climate change focused businesses will help poor nations in energy transition and will also create jobs for millions. SmartHelio is working tirelessly to implement digitization and automation in the clean energy value chain making it affordable for anyone across the globe, creating local jobs and training them in their local languages. In parallel to the strong R&D focused deep-tech solutions, we also want to build an intelligent distributed workforce that can understand and use deep-tech at their fingertips for we believe that clean energy not only needs to be affordable but very convenient to use and maintain.

One of the key concerns raised at the COP26 was the need to promote advanced clean technologies that could help achieve the zero emission target. It was inspiring to see leaders advocating for the need to scale up carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects, long-duration energy storage systems. Being a young and global company, we envision to lead the revolution to make clean technologies affordable and efficient enough for the masses to conveniently make a green choice and increase their standard of living.

SmartHelio has been recognized as one of the top 10 Swiss startups that is providing the most innovative climate change solutions. Keeping digitization and automation at our core, our solution helps solar energy assets live longer with minimal manual interventions. And enthused by the actions promised at the COP26 summit, we envision to become “The Brain of Clean Energy”. Our effort towards this vision is directed by the goal to reduce the e-waste and promote recycling for a sustainable circular economy. Thus making investment in this sector beneficial for all stakeholders of the industry and the society at large.

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Venture Leaders Technology

Venture Leaders Technology 2021: SmartHelio’s CEO Govinda Upadhayay shares his Silicon Valley experience

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SmartHelio was one of the 10 most promising startups fighting climate change that was selected for the Venture Leaders Technology roadshow this year. Our CEO, Govinda Upadhayay, who travelled to the Silicon Valley along with 9 other entrepreneurs to strengthen our network, benefit from the valuable market exposure and hands-on business development, shares his experience.

For all those who do not know about this event, read here. VentureLab has been organizing international roadshows for the Swiss National Startup Teams for the past 16 years. The ambitious entrepreneurs and their promising startups are introduced to high-class investors and potential customers in leading technology hubs such as Silicon Valley, Boston, New York, China, Hong Kong, and Barcelona.

The Venture Leaders Technology 2021 program is organized by Venturelab and supported by DPD Switzerland, EPF Lausanne, ETH Zurich, Intel, Kellerhals Carrard, Rothschild & Co, and the Canton of Vaud.

After carefully reviewing 135 applications, a jury of seasoned investors and technology experts chose SmartHelio as one of the top 10 startups of Switzerland that were ready to grow and expand their networks internationally.

The Venture Leaders Technology roadshow offered a one-week deep dive into the Silicon Valley startup ecosystem. The trip included several pitching sessions to US investors, startup-focused workshops, industry insights and visits to some of the popular institutes of excellence. Govinda stayed for an additional 10 days to get some inspiration from the silicon valley vibe and meet more investors and partners.

The Startup Champions at ETH Zurich

The Venture Leaders experience began with the event Startup Champions at ETH Zürich where the Swiss Startup National team was introduced to the audience. During the daylong event, the Venture Leaders Technology and the Venture Leaders Deeptech pitched their innovations, and serial entrepreneur and ETH alumnus Gabor Cselle shared his expertise on growing startups in an international environment.

Fajer Mushtaq, co-founder and CEO of Oxyle, was voted as captain for the Venture Leaders Deeptech, while Andrea Tassistro, the founder and CEO of Foodetective, was chosen as the captain of the Venture Leaders Technology.

Gearing up for the roadshow at Schlieren

To prepare for the international roadshow, the entrepreneurs met at the startup space in Schlieren. During the workshop, the startups had the chance to exchange ideas, learn more about each other’s innovations, and get their pitches ready for Silicon Valley.

Sharing his experience at the meeting, Govinda Upadhyay, the CEO of SmartHelio, said, “The kick-off meeting was a great opportunity to get to know our friends who will travel to the US with us. For the roadshow, we are excited about the opportunity to be exposed to the US startup scene and connect with investors — SmartHelio is aggressively looking into launching in the US, so this roadshow comes at the perfect time.”

Welcome to San Francisco!

The week-long roadshow in and around San Francisco included investor pitches and feedback sessions with Toni Schneider from True Ventures, Philipp Staufferfrom Fyrfly Ventures, Grant Allen from SE Ventures, Ben Narasin from Tenacity Venture Capital, and Chris Kim from Union Labs.

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Swiss Startup Pitching Night

The Swiss startup pitching night was a wonderful experience as after a long-time we all got the opportunity to meet more than 120 people in-person — investors, incubators, corporates, visitors and industry experts. It was an enlightening session to meet people from different backgrounds. We received some positive feedback on the solution which we have developed to accelerate clean energy adoption globally. We felt very encouraged to observe that people considered climate change very seriously and were looking up to companies like ours for tackling it.

Pitching session, meeting lawyers, taking group pictures, doing rehearsals, attending branding and pricing workshops, visiting Google office, Union Labs and Stanford University, we enjoyed every second of this one-week in San Francisco.

It was a great experience for me. Silicon valley is the place for dreamers and people and companies are ready to support you. It was inspiring to see the high energy of people and their problem solving attitude. People encourage each other to think big and solve the real-world unsolved problems.

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Overall this roadshow provided SmartHelio with a much needed perspective on how to launch our offerings into the US market. If I have to summarize my Silicon Valley experience in once sentence, I would say:, “If you want to change the world and get inspiration, Silicon Valley is a place to be.”

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SmartHelio IoT technology gets BIS certification

SmartHelio’s HelioHealth sensor gets BIS Certification

SmartHelio IoT technology gets BIS certificationOur edge priority IoT Device meets international quality and standards. It is a certified standardized product that adheres to required quality levels as issued by under BIS Certification. This means our device is safe and reliable to use, import and export.

It was a moment we have been waiting for long. We are proud to share that SmartHelio’s edge computing HelioHealth sensor labeled by the prestigious Solar Impulse Foundation, received the highest certification from BIS for meeting international quality and standards.

Congratulations to all the team members for making this possible. We would like to especially congratulate the our product team Sourabh Maladharee and our Technology and Operations Head Neeraj Kumar Dasila for their consistent efforts in helping us achieve this milestone. Kudos to the team effort!

What is BIS Certification?

BIS Certification is a means for providing third party guarantee of quality, safety and reliability of products to the customer. BIS product Certification Scheme is one of the largest in the world. BIS Certification allows the licensees to use the popular ISI mark on their product, which is synonymous with quality products.

What makes our HelioHealth device unique?

The HelioHealth is an Edge Computing data processor. The device continuously monitors the panel’s performance data (Voltage, Current and Temperature) and locally processes it using the embedded AI capabilities. HelioHealth is smart enough to detect faults locally and sends an advance alert to the users with the solar panel-level insights. The device was also labeled by the Solar Impulse Foundation for its nobility, energy efficiency and improving the affordability of clean energy solutions.

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SmartHelio team celebrates granting of BIS certification