Calejo has developed a patented next generation simulation and optimization engine specially designed for artificial intelligence and used in areas such as industrial processes, energy, logistics and smart cities.
Calejo’s uniqueness rests in our patent-pending solution with instant Gray Box modeling that can include very disruptive data sets. Gray Box modeling or hybrid modeling is a combination of the two modeling languages and techniques – purely mathematical white box modeling and AI black boxing.
During the first half of 2022, Calejo and Sweco, together with the company Esatto, conducted an innovation sprint. The goal has been to build a bridge between systems and users by creating a new user interface for the new AI platform Smart Water.
The energy market is becoming increasingly complex. Completely new types of energy are added continuously and the proportion of variable renewable energy (VRE) is growing rapidly. For energy companies, the use of AI has become a matter of survival.
Hydropower in Sweden faces major environmental and production challenges. Its importance as a base and control power is increasing, which also places demands on further optimization with the help of AI. But at the same time, the challenges are many.
Peter Johansson, who is CEO of the listed technology consulting company Eurocon, sees a great need to optimize the industries of the future with the help of AI.
Within the Calejo Smart Energy business area, Calejo is developing completely new tools for more reliable forecasts of energy production and of energy prices. A recent market study shows that there is a great market need for Calejo's energy services.
- There is no doubt that with the help of AI we get better decision support and in time autonomous production plants. But to get there leading suppliers first need to develop scalable and open solutions, says Lars Almkvist, Valmet.
Together with Sweco, Calejo is building a new Smart Water platform to help Swedish municipalities to optimize their water supply and sewerage systems. The knowledge from here is now transferred to creating value for hydropower as well.
Overflows is a major and growing societal and environmental problem. It is also a challenge that most Swedish municipalities more or less struggle with on a daily basis. However, there are smart solutions that limit or eliminate these problems.
Sweco Sweden and Calejo Industrial Intelligence have signed an agreement to develop tomorrow's sustainable water and sewerage system with the help of advanced AI.
Calejo's patented modeling AI technology, which is based on hybrid intelligence, helps us to allow more wind and solar power in the overall energy mix and thereby create a more efficient and stable energy market in terms of production and prices.
AI is not the solution to everything and to every problem. Many of the AI projects and digital twins built in the industry remain isolated projects without being able to be applied in the industrial processes.
Calejo has strengthened and broadened its Board of Directors with two professionals who will assist in lifting Calejo to the next level and beyond. Regina Sipos will be the new active Chairman of the Board and Peter Hedlund a new active Board Member.
Calejo is invited to attend the virtual international conference AI Wonderland on October 22 this year.
Calejo has been selected to be part of a group of prominent Nordic cleantech and foodtech companies that will participate in the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce (SACC) American acceleration program InnovateNordics Summit 2021 in New York.
Indtech is a new concept, which is now gradually being accepted and spread around the world. It is an area of technology, where Sweden is a world leader and where Calejo is about to get an increasingly noticed role.
In the spring of 2021, Calejo underwent a Connect Springboard.
It is now clear that Calejo, as one of eight companies, has won the Business Challenge 2021, which is a national competition for Sweden's most interesting startup companies.
Calejo develops Industry 4.0 with AI. We have secured funding for the near future and development and now need to create a professional board to support management. We are therefore looking for an external chairman of the board and a board member.
Calejo has together with RISE Processum, RISE, Eurocon and MoRe Research conducted a successful project study focusing on “Digitalization and AI in the process industry”. The study has resulted in in-depth knowledge and two new AI projects for Calejo.
Calejo Industrial Intelligence, with their unique AI engine for streamlining and improving industrial processes, has completed its first external round of financing.
Calejo’s Swedish patent has now also been approved by a so called PCT by the patent office PRV in Sweden. "For us, this means a global approval. We are now preparing for several international patent filings", says Leonard Johard, CTO at Calejo.
Calejo is a company of the time and an important example of today's organizational and disruptive move to a more virtual business and social world. A movement that is led by the startup world and which has now been accelerated by the Corona pandemic.
Calejo has now finally been notified of approval of it's first patent by Swedish Patent and Registration Office PRV. The patent concerns Calejo's unique AI engine for modeling and Reinforcement Learning.
Calejo, together with Sweco and Kungälv municipality, has just completed a successful AI project within VA. - We have successfully built a digital twin over the wastewater network to reduce the overflow, says Jonas Hed, project manager at Sweco.
Calejo will build a digital twin of SCA Forest's supply chain from felling to delivery of sawmill timber. The intention is primarily to develop a Proof of Concept for a well-functioning continuous forecasting of the average log volume into the sawmill.
Calejo has participated in an industry-wide project with the aim of highlighting the digital challenges and opportunities for the Swedish water and sewerage market. Here are the results of this comprehensive survey.
Together with RISE, Processum, Eurocon and MoRe Research, Calejo Industrial Intelligence is participating in a project that will help accelerate the digitalisation of industry.
Calejo is participating in a large industry-wide feasibility study with the aim of creating a framework for the automatic generation and updating of digital twins for complex and large-scale process industry systems.
The international water and sewage industry is facing major challenges. The systems are old with enormous investment needs in maintenance, renewal and upgrades. The solution to many of these problems is the necessary investment in digitization and AI.
Calejo has been selected to be on the quality list AI Landscape of Sweden. The list, which is part of a larger survey within the EU, is intended to serve as a prestigious stamp of quality for important European startups in AI.
On Monday, AI guru Leonard, CTO at Calejo Industrial Intelligence, together with Johannes Holmberg, CEO of Calejo, gave an esteemed guest lecture at Mid Sweden University in Sundsvall on AI and machine learning.
Together with SWECO, Calejo participates in a water and sewerage project for Kungälv municipality. The purpose is to create a smarter control of the pumping stations with the help of an AI-enhanced forecast model of future wastewater flows.
Calejo and SCA compete for the CIO award “Sustainable project of the year”. It is the successful project at SCA Obbola with energy optimization using AI that has been highlighted by the jury.
As an AI expert, Calejo has participated in a large industry- and municipality-wide Vinnova-funded PiiA project in the water & sewage area called "VA-Eko, VA digitization in a smart ecosystem".
Leonard Johard, AI expert and co-founder of Calejo Industrial Intelligence, has been awarded the 2020 SKAPA Prize for Västernorrland. The prize money is a total of SEK 10,000.
In times of crisis, it is important for the industry to still dare to invest in the future and think long-term. An important lesson from the Corona pandemic is the importance of accelerating the digitalization of production.
Calejo Industrial Intelligence, which has developed a unique system for process optimization using AI, has initiated a close collaboration with IBM Sweden. Calejo is now part of the partner network IBM Business Partners.
Calejo have together with Optimation succeeded in using AI in combination with physical modeling to streamline one of Boliden Aitik's more complex process parts.
SCA together has with Calejo managed to gain a more accurate forecast of the use of water vapor. The project will lead to a more even energy consumption over time and a significantly reduced consumption of fossil fuel in SCA Obbola site outside Umeå.
Johannes Holmberg, CEO of Calejo, attended Dagens Industri’s conference Industry & Future. Here, the pace of Swedish industry’s AI maturity was taken and Calejo was highlighted as one of several successful examples of practical industrial AI application.
Calejo Industrial Intelligence participated at the PiiA Summit on October 8 in Västerås to present the company’s two Vinnova-funded PiiA projects that are being implemented in collaboration with Boliden, Optimization and SCA.
Calejo has helped Uniper to develop an AI model of hydropower production in four hydropower plants. The result was a forecast and a fast and scalable simulation, leading to higher revenues and less resource-intensive production and maintenance.
Calejo was founded in August 2017. The Company is owned by the Co-Founders Carl Johard, Leonard Johard, Johannes Holmberg and Jonas Berggren and Axilium Holding AB. Our development team and our academic network includes several of the world’s leading AI researchers and experts.
For industry, pollination is the same as repeated injections of new knowledge, new methods and new technology, which continuously contribute to productivity and environmental improvements and ultimately also better solutions and more satisfied end customers.
But this requires dedication and determination. For all pollination, if only a few pollen grains are transferred, the result is a poorly developed fruits. In addition: With a poor pollination it becomes a worse harvest and completely without pollination there will be no harvest at all.