The European Commission selects the EFS project

EFS receives EU grant

At the end of July 2019, the European Commission selected the EFS project to receive a grant within the framework of the “SME Instrument – Horizon 2020” program reserved for SMEs.

This project aims introducing in the market a probe for continuous analysis of drinking water quality, which can be easily installed at various points in the distribution networks to ensure real-time monitoring. This probe uses very innovative technologies developed by the EFS Research & Development department.

“We are very pleased to receive this grant, which confirms this product potential, and will accelerate our growth in the water quality monitoring field. It is a field of great challenges for local authorities, states & countries, and even more for populations and environment. This European Commission help is a real pledge of commitment to support innovativating industries which contributes to life and environmental improvement “declared Franck Barrère, EFS Chairman.

“The Integral Probe solution, a connected and autonomous measurement probe, is the implementation of all technologies mastered by EFS such as sensors, optics, micro-fluidics, electronic and mechanical miniaturization, connected objects or energy autonomy. It is distinguished by its measurements accuracy at competitive selling price “declared Pierre Freyermuth, Head of Research & Development department.

New System Integral Probe+

As part of the CENSE project, EFS is studying for construction a probe dedicated to the continuous monitoring of drinking water networks. This new probe is developed to meet today’s unmet demand for reliable, continuous measurements at a competitive cost. The project has received funding from the Horizon 2020 research and innovation program of the European Union under grant agreement N ° 879757.