Talks: Enevo—A case study of the Internet of Things (January 13)

As part of a workshop within the IOTAP project Unlocking User Value in IoT, we are happy to invite you to a keynote presentation by Michael Przybilski from the company Enevo. In his talk, Przybilski will tell the story about Enevo and the challenges they have experienced in relation to Internet of Things (IoT) product development.


January 13 at 10.00–12.00
NIC0626, Niagara, Malmö University
Everyone is welcome!


Enevo offers complete solutions that automate the planning of waste collection and optimise routes for waste collectors. The company creates efficiencies, cuts the cost of waste collection and incentivises recycling by developing wireless ultrasonic sensors to remotely measure the fill-level of waste containers and a cloud service to forecast when bins become full. Based on this data, they optimise the collection routes and schedule, leading to 50 percent in cost savings in waste logistics.

Michael Przybilski is currently working as the Head of R&D at Enevo Inc. He has more than 19 years of experience and know-how in Software Engineering, project- and line-management in research and industry. He is specialised in the field of Software Architectures and Middleware Technologies for Embedded and Back-end systems, with a particular focus on Security and Multimedia. Mr. Przybilski has a very strong entrepreneurial spirit, heading two businesses: Interactive Experience, a multimedia business (for 8 years), and Nixu Open, an embedded security consultancy (for 3+ years). Since 2012 he is also serving as CTO of Sfonge. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Cottbus, Germany. He is currently also a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Helsinki and has been teaching Software Development courses at Aalto University and University of Helsinki since 2002.

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