Industrial Wireless Solutions
to Improve Your Uptime
Lower the downtime of your production line or vehicles during any factory floor reconfiguration
to Customize Your Production
Free your machines or vehicles of the limitative unnecessary wire burden, adapted to your needs
to Reduce Your TTM
Help you adapt, change or evolve, to reach your most important market and business goals
to Make your Manufacturing Agile
Market customisation is among the most important technological trends and you don’t want to be left behind
What we do
We are a start-up with a strong R&D background, aiming to be the reference global provider of Industry 4.0 wireless solutions. We offer the first high-speed, cable-grade reliable wireless protocol for Industry 4.0 - TWEVO Reliable Industrial Wireless (TRIW) protocol. Future-proof, ready to transfer more data, with added data distribution flexibility, and more connected devices than existing low-speed wireless protocols, TWEVO’s TRIW brings Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) worlds together, right from Industry 4.0 foundations – the production line. Ultimately, we help our clients automate their processes and maximize efficiency, without cables, fulfilling the stringent industrial automation technical demands.
Software-defined radio (SDR)
We work with the powerful SDR paradigm to build flexible, scalable, and portable wireless communication systems
State-of-the-art signal processing
Our technology provides determinism and synchronicity in the wireless communication between machines or vehicles
Same Hardware, Differenciated Products and Services
We deal with installations of a varied number of simultaneous devices, for real-time or non real-time communications, several possible industrial interfaces
All news in the News Page
Here we are capturing the first video samples for our work, at the heart of the glass industry’s harsh environment. With ambient temperatures well above 50ºC, every test is a challenge. TWEVO Technologies, Instituto de Telecomunicações and Vidrala S.A. joined forces under the scope of VIEXPAND project, to bring innovative video-based Industry 4.0 solutions to
-> Continue reading VIEXPAND is moving forward, in the factory floor!
Our REVOsdr i4.0 (now available as a Development Kit) is wireless, but still loves wires. The right ones – Radiating Cables. The white paper is out, in our site. More photos here.
Another contribution to communicate RADAVANT’s results. This time in Leuven, Belgium. Thank you! More information here.
TWEVO was one of the 2 Portuguese companies chosen by the European Innovation Council and GALP, among 15 business due to the potential of our technology in GALP’s industrial digitalization process.An important recognition for us! Thank you. In the news, here.
Our RADAVANT work is going as planned, together with Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT) in Leiria. On recent tests, our high-resolution and highly interference-robust 24GHz radar (500MHz bandwidth) has largely outperformed an off-the-shelf FMCW commercial radar, used for the automotive industry. More details on our disruptive radar, here. This work is partially funded by Research and
-> Continue reading Promising tests on our RADAVANT radar
News on EU Basic Regulation for Aviation (and still reading it carefully)! This is one huge point where we get in, with REVOsdr. The REVOsdr project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 791985. This post reflects only the author’s view and the Agency and
-> Continue reading News on EU Basic Regulation for Aviation
We are putting our REVOsdr in smaller boards and thinner boxing: 12.2 cm x 5.8 cm x 1.6 cm. Smaller, thinner and lighter than a mobile phone! The REVOsdr project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 791985. This post reflects only the author’s
-> Continue reading REVOsdr is getting smaller & thinner
TWEVO ranked in the Top 5 of more than 650 applications from across Europe. “It’s the Champions League of companies,” said Dr. Bernd Reichert, head of SMEs in Horizon 2020 unit. Competition is tough – after careful scrutiny by panels of international technology, business, and finance experts, only the most compelling and excellent proposals are funded.
-> Continue reading TWEVO gets European H2020 SME Instrument funding
Carlos Ribeiro (TWEVO’s CEO) holds the “primitive” mobile phone, besides Martin Cooper (and Rafael Caldeirinha, on the right), @ Techdays Aveiro! Meeting the inventor of the mobile phone has been an exceptional experience. And the best thing was seeing that Martin Cooper spent time at the end-to-end mmWave 5G demo where TWEVO played an important
-> Continue reading TWEVO meets Martin Cooper
We have very recently been in California, under the Carnegie Mellon inRes programme. We had several very useful meetings with potential investors, clients and also some colleagues from competitors. It was a fantastic, and very fruitful, trip!
Our “Radio regulation for drones | How REVOsdr untangles a tangled world v.2” White Paper is out.
Our REVOsdr has been “dressed”, for the first time! It was an efficient 3D printer that did the job.
Our “Radio for Drones | The world is not limited to Wi-Fi for flying drones v.1” White Paper is out.
We are starting to publish our White Papers. TWEVO’s Industry Knowledge White Papers will be named and marketed as “Blue Dot White Papers”, and our Product Knowledge White Papers will be named as “Oak Dot White Papers”. The curious can read our reasons why here.
Last week we had a photo-shoot @TWEVO (we had a bit of time for that)! This is Carlos Ribeiro looking towards our bright future. 🙂 All photos in our site have been updated.
We just wanted to share this beautiful work of art with you! This was on one of our screens, a moment ago. This graphically shows how the inside of the FPGA where we are now implementing our REVOsdr transceiver is being used. The colours are not just arty-farty stuff. They show where functional parts are
-> Continue reading FPGA art