Are you looking to improve the performance of your waste collection activities? Do you often find that bins are overfilled or not full enough? Do you feel like the collection could be done in a shorter time?
We offer a solution so you collect more for less thanks to the newest smart IOT technology. The IOTEE Solution means less time, less cost, less production, and more control, more knowledge, more effective and efficient waste collection.
Our integrated solution is composed of:
These connected products gather, analyze and share data to provide optimized waste collection routes and useful reports based on insights.
Measures the fill level of waste containers using ultrasonic technology, placed in rugged casing with a battery life of 10+ years.
Gathers the fill level data from the containers offering advanced analytics, optimized route generation and cost savings calculations.
Gets the latest routes from Iotee platform and provides turn-by-turn navigation, together with voice instructions for the waste collection.
The IOTEE Solution is a useful tool that will simplify your waste management issues and give you more control over the collection process.
Reduce the CO2 emissions associated with waste collection, save up to 50% in costs in fuel and work hours, be part of the smart city revolution.
Automatically generate optimized routes for the containers that are to be collected, measure and improve the collection efficiency.
We are delighted to have won the prize at the Siemens Mindsphere Challenge Hackathon in Berlin! The problem we undertook was solving the challenge production managers face on the factory floor when a machine breaks down, and production grinds to a halt...
We are pleased to be awarded the Danish innovation prize, at the national event. The title was handed over by Søren Pind, the Danish Minister of Science, Technology, Innovation and Higher Education.
Today was a good day for IoTee Lab. In connection with the Danish governments "Strategi for Denmark's digital growth," the prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, the minister of business Brian Mikkelsen, and minister of education Merete Riisager came to visit.