The Next Big Thing In Technology

The Next Big Thing In Technology

Solar Batteries
Linum Technologies LLC, in partnership with companies of renewable energy and other technologies around the world, is leading backup and renewable energy solutions in the Caribbean and Latin America. They’re incorporating renewable energy in communications, homes, businesses, and diverse industries. They design and integrate solutions that cut across all levels of energy demand; ranging from small household’s solar hybrid systems to mini solar grid systems for rural electrification and industrial power backup systems.

10.000 Charging Cycle or 10 years (5+5) Year Warranty
Australian Designed and Engineered
Wall Mounted, IP65 for Outdoor Installation
Expandable, to grow with you
2.5k Wh Capacity
Virtual Power Plant Ready
Seamless Switch-over to Keep you powered during outages
Plug and play installation
Local and Remote monitoring

The ARVEY is a mobile energy storage system that can be charged from all kinds of energy sources like solar panels, windmills, fuel cells, or line current. This energy is stored inside a high power battery and can be consumed in the form of common energy types (115V/230V, 12V, USB)

ARVEY provides enough power to operate most common electric devices like for example refrigerators, lamps, TVs, audio equipment, computers, fans, air conditioners, power tools, measuring systems, water pumps or medical devices.

1000W continuous power (2000W peak power)
Capacity: 480 Wh
24V nominal battery voltage at 20Ah
Dimensions 19 x 37 x 45 cm (weight: 11.2 kg)
Exchangeable battery (exchange also possible with next technology)
Numerous connections: 230 AC socket, 12V socket (car and hollow plug) 5V USB A socket (2.1 A)
Up to 800W charging power (Solar)


Our All-in-One energy storage and management system can be applied to commercial and industrial. The innovative modular design allows you to expand your solution if you ever need more energy and capacity a true, new kind of power solution with state-of-the-art German engineering.

Suitable for microgrids, island microgrids, and urban microgrids in remote areas
The smart distributed energy storage on the industrial and commercial users side participates in the formation of a smart microgrid, supports off-grid operation of critical loads, improves power quality, and provides friendly access and interaction between the microgrid and the large grid.

• Simple and easy to use
• Smart battery management
• High-efficiency of battery
• Modular battery
• On-grid
• Long lifespan
• Safe and reliable
• 100Kw energy storage output

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Homeowners are taking advantage of solar energy to reduce their electricity bills and protect our planet. Battery systems take it further by storing surplus solar generation for additional savings and providing additional backup power in case of a blackout.

Linum Tech offers you complete energy storage systems to meet the needs of your home, no matter what size or profile.

Retail stores, offices, small supermarkets, and other commercial facilities are going green to benefit from the ability of batteries to reduce peak power demand and shift grip consumption to off-peak hours. Linum Tech provides a one-stop solution for businesses seeking to reduce costly consumption, and expand their operational capacity, even when the grid is down.

Schools, factories, hospitals and other industrial buildings with high-levels of energy demand can maximize their energy independence and reduce grid power demand with solar PV and battery storage. Join the revolution and save on electricity bills, reduce exposure to rising energy prices, generate additional revenues from renewable energy, and reduce your environmental impact.

By now, we’ve all heard about blockchain revolutionizing just about every industry imaginable. Banking, politics, healthcare… all could technically benefit from the creation of a decentralized digital ledger which tracks and stores information in various places, thus making forgery impossible. Identification is provided through complex calculations, making identity theft virtually impossible, too.
There is however one word which stands out in the description above. Decentralized. Banks, governments, hospitals… these institutions don’t want to see their power curtailed (unless on their own terms). As such, it is likely that we will see some advances in the blockchain space, but it will remain on the fringes of technology, missing the revolution predicted by its (many) fans.

Photovoltaic Street Lights
Using photovoltaic streetlights provides a reduced reliance on fossil fuels as the power is self-contained and brought daily by the sun. This impact initially decreases emissions into our atmosphere. Besides, a much-forgotten aspect is the lower installation requirements. Since the poles are set with no underground trenching, less heavy equipment is required to complete even the largest installation.

AI Cloud Services / Data-as-a-service / AI PaaS
Most great technologies aren’t considered to be revolutionary until they reach the public en masse (forgive my French). This may be one of the reasons there’s been so much disappointment in AI of late. Indeed, only major companies have been able to benefit from automating tasks that once required human input, while the petit peuple is forced to continue using comparatively medieval algorithms. This can in part be explained by a lack computing power within individual households, but is mostly a data problem.
This may not be the case for long. Companies are realising that renting an algorithm gives the double benefit of generating extra revenue from an existing asset, while extracting more data from customers to feed the beast. As such, get ready to witness the rise of AI platforms and marketplaces, which will promise to provide algorithms that specifically match unique customer pain points (chatbots and digital assistants are only the beginning). As devs get automated and join the gig economy, this movement is likely to expand exponentially. This would allow smaller companies, and even individuals, to optimise their day-to-day processes. If that seems harmful to our collective mental health, follow your instincts.

Though graphene has been over-hyped for so many years, we’re finally seeing something good come out of it. If you haven’t paid attention to the hype, graphene is a byproduct of graphite, which is itself carbon’s very close cousin. It is extremely strong, yet extremely thin, light and flexible (stronger than steel, thinner than paper). Oh, and it also conducts electricity really well.
The applications are numerous, specifically for wearable electronics and space travel, where resistance and weight is a key component. Nevertheless, it will take many years to get to a wide array of use cases : we’ve built the world around silicon, and it’s very had to displace that kind of well-established, mature technology.

Of course, connected objects cannot afford to be as laggy as the original iPhone (shots fired) : they must transmit massive amounts of data quickly and reliably. That’s where 5G comes in.
5G is the logical successor to 4G, and achieves much greater speeds thanks to higher-frequency radio waves. Though this seems simple enough, a few terms have to be understood to fully capture the difficulty of implementing 5G throughout the world.
• Millimeter waves : this refers to a specific part of the radio frequency spectrum between 24GHz and 100GHz, which have a very short wavelength. Not only is this section of the spectrum pretty much unused, but it can also transfer data incredibly fast, though its transfer distance is shorter.
• Microcells, femtocells, picocells : Small cell towers which act as relays within comparatively small areas such as large buildings. This infrastructure is necessary : as highlighted above, 5G transfer distance is much shorter than that of 4G (and struggles to go through thick walls).
• Massive MIMO : The ability to transfer and receive much more data than when using 4G, from a wider variety of sources.
• Beamforming : all these transfers need to be organised and choreographed. Beamforming does just that. Also, it sounds cool.
• Full Duplex : the ability to send and receive data at the same time, on the same wavelength.

The technology will have a huge effect on most industries as it will change orders of magnitude in terms of the speed and quantity of data transmitted, as well as the quality of the connection. It will, among other things, connect autonomous vehicles and drones to the internet, but will also allow major advances in virtual reality and IoT. 5G is therefore not a technology that should be taken lightly