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Remote electricity consumption monitoring for a retail achieves dramatic cost saving

Technomarket is a retail brand of K&K Electronics, a Bulgarian company. The Technomarket retail stores offer a wide range of consumer electronics, electric appliances, office equipment, and telecommunication products. The chain has been expanding its presence in the Balkans, with multiple locations in Bulgaria, Serbia, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, and Montenegro. The company […]

ThingsLog remote water metering solution implemented for Bulyard Shipbuilding Industry

Our client, Bulyard Shipbuilding Industry, is the largest shipbuilding and ship repair enterprise in Bulgaria by production volumes, the size of the ships being built, technology and production organization. The company designs, constructs and repairs ships up to 100 000 DWT. Over 850 vessels for owners in 27 countries have been built for the 110 […]

Water monitoring, remote metering, and utilities reporting implemented for Holiday Village

Holiday village Strazhata is located close to the city of Pleven and consists of 60 individual houses intended as vacation homes. Most of the properties are not occupied year-round. Business case: remote control over utilities metering for hospitality and property management The village spreads on a large, secluded plot of land in the mountains, away […]

ThingsLog energy management system implemented for a large manufacturer

EL BAT JSC is a production company disposing of lead-containing waste and discarded lead-batteries. The company’s goods include soft lead, lead alloys, lead details, radioactive material containers, lead keel, and sodium sulfate. Lead is a raw material utilized in the manufacturing of lead-acid batteries and with application in the automotive industry, the construction of submarines […]

Monitoring of water consumption in a poultry farm

Water consumption monitoring is often associated with urban water supply networks and infrastructure, but it also has a wide application and distinct importance for farming and agriculture. One of ThingLog’s early water consumption monitoring projects was implemented on a poultry farm located in a remote location in Australia. The problem: unattended water consumption disruptions affecting […]

Managing water supply interruptions and alternative sources: pressure and level monitoring for a spa hotel


Hospitality businesses struggle to ensure a frictionless, pleasant stay for their guests. However, something as trivial as water supply disruptions, especially recurring ones, can compromise their efforts irreversibly. Complaints, refund requests, and negative reviews can cause irreparable damages on reputation and revenues. Hotel managers need to monitor water supply and secure a backup. Switching quickly […]