In 2019, at EmDoT, we started developing integrated, vertical, intelligent IoT waste management systems, foreseeing the upcoming needs of the market.
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Only human interaction cannot be digitized Οur first participation in IFAT worldwide is completed, concluding in an unprecedented volume of networking and insights for #EmDoT. Representatives of companies and institutions from more than 48 countries, from Europe to Australia and from Africa to the Middle East, visited our booth and engaged in meetings, opening up perspectives for new international cooperations and validating the value of our results-oriented solutions, in a global environment.
It is our great pleasure to announce our participation in IFAT worldwide, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Waste Management, taking place from May 30 to June 3, at Messe Muenchen.
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Instead of ending up as common waste, glass is collected in more than 8,500 Blue Bells throughout Greece. Many of the Blue Bells serve the needs of major producers and business venues which consume large quantities of glass packaging.
Our participation in the Southeastern Europe International Cities Conference, "The Cities of the Future: Innovative, Safe and Sustainable", at the Digital Transformation and Digital Skills Center (Διεθνές Κέντρο Ψηφιακού Μετασχηματισμού και Ψηφιακών Δεξιοτήτων) in Thessaloniki, was successfully completed.
ED120 is our new IoT device, featuring an advanced robust fill level sensor, seamless data transfer to Cloud platform, secure connection through cellular/ LoRaWAN networks and adjustable sensor angle...
Our lecture about Geographic information in Internet of Things (IoT) applications at the University of Aegean
Our CEO, Dimitris Venizelos has been invited by professor Georgios Sidiropoulos to give a lecture about WasteManagement and various SmartCity IoT solutions to the postgraduate students of the Department of Geography at the University of the Aegean.
With more than 1,4 million insured vehicles in Greece, service agreements with over fifty European insurance companies plus motor clubs and also contracts with six highway authorities, INTERAMERICAN Assistance delivers over half a million roadside services per year.