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A new property project will be connected to Tmpl in Knivsta

Tmpl and the construction and real estate group TB-Gruppen signs a license agreement. The first of TB-Gruppen’s projects that will be connected to Tmpl is Brf Berget in Alsike, Knivsta, where the residents will start to move in at the end of 2017.

Tmpl provides a platform for integration of digital services regarding for example Smart Home, energy monitoring and social interaction between residents. This platform will become available to the residents of Brf Berget through TB-Gruppen’s app.

The first project focuses on energy monitoring. Brf Berget has solar cells installed on the roof of the buildings, and the residents will be able to monitor the electricity production in the app, where they can also see their household’s consumption of electricity and water.

– We are proud of our new collaboration with TB-Gruppen. The project’s focus on sustainability and solar cells is in line with Tmpl’s vision of environmentally friendly accommodations. It will also be nice to see Tmpl being used in more locations in Sweden before the end of the year, says Eric Anderbjörk, CEO of Tmpl.

– With Tmpl, the residents of Brf Berget and future projects are provided with a range of features that simplify everyday life. We are very pleased about the opportunity to show the electricity production in Brf Berget in the app, says Lars Kylin, CEO of TB-Gruppen’s company TB Bostad Öst.

Brf Berget in Alsike consists of two multi-family houses with a total of 48 apartments, and the residents will start to move in during November 2017. In the app, the residents can easily communicate with their neighbours via the social feed, which is the heart of the platform aimed at increasing communication between the neighbours in the residential area. You can write messages and post pictures, invite your neighbours to events, and post items and services for sale. By using Tmpl’s technology, you also have access to all documents relating to the apartment, the building and the housing association. You can also report an error directly in the app.

How Tmpl works:

With the help of an app and a smart phone, residents can control their locks, alarms and other security features at home. It is also possible to communicate with neighbours, book and share resources and have contact with surrounding service facilities such as shops, restaurants and training facilities. Alarms can be directly linked to the service companies, to get the fastest help possible during, for example, a water leak. Tmpl is already installed in several residential areas in Uppsala and Stockholm.

For more information please contact:

Eric Anderbjörk, Tmpl, 070-620 01 07

Lars Kylin, TB-Gruppen, 070-377 20 78