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EOVEO Sensors

Early Stage Startup



Tagline

On-site, fast and simple legionella monitoring in water



Elevator Pitch

EOVEO sells mobile detection systems for pathogens such as bacteria. Our first product is a legionella detection and monitoring system for industrial and domestic water systems.

Our system allows de facto real time monitoring of legionella, reducing maintenance and energy costs, health and production risks in cooling towers and water systems as well as increasing operations control. Europe has over 200.000 cooling towers.

We apply a razor/razorblade business model where we charge for disposables rather than the device.

Our tech is about 30 times faster and 70% cheaper than traditional lab tests and expandable to other fields such as E-Coli.





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Version History

2014-05-22 09:39:13 - changed pitch to 'EOVEO sells mobile detection systems for pathogens such as bacteria. Our first product is a legionella detection and...'

2014-05-22 08:32:25 - changed tagline to 'On-site, fast and simple legionella monitoring in water'

2014-05-22 08:31:05 - changed tags to 'Legionella, bacteria, water testing, water monitoring, cooling tower, hospital water, chemical testing, sensors,...'

2014-05-22 08:26:01 - changed headquarter to 'Barcelona, Spain'

2014-05-22 08:25:53 - changed awards to 'Team won the Fondo de Emprenedores price of Repsol Foundation worth roughly 300k€'








Employees

4 full time, 3 part time

Investors

Management team

Customers

Pilots at:
- Spanish chemical plant
- German domestic legionella testing service company




Awards

Team won the Fondo de Emprenedores price of Repsol Foundation worth roughly 300k€


Country of Origin

Barcelona, Spain

Founded

2014



Team

Philipp Klingenberg - CEO

Contact Person

Philipp Klingenberg, phil@eoveosensors.com

Headquarter

Barcelona, Spain

Tags

Legionella, bacteria, water testing, water monitoring, cooling tower, hospital water, chemical testing, sensors, micro-fluidics, pathogens, biocides, legionellosis, e-coli