A modern city is a city with high-quality, optimally managed services such as water, heat and energy that work synergistically.
Such a city also manages distributed infrastructure easily and reacts quickly in case of accidents like floods, heat waves or droughts.
ConnectPoint supports digitalization of cities mainly through creating an integrated system of information about the status of utility services such as heat, water, energy.
Our customers wanted to improve the quality of life of their residents through digitisation.
- Reduce CO2 emissions;
- Reduce failure rates;
- Automate reporting;
- Use of Data Science in planning maintenance work.
Cities that we support
Smart water and sewage network
MPWiK wanted to get a real-time view of the entire water supply network and thus reduce the cost of operating the network.
Monitoring of the Warsaw District Heating Network
Veolia Warsaw wanted to intelligently and sustainably manage the heat supply and monitor the infrastructure in real time.
Technology Partner for Digital Transformation
Stadtwerke wanted to modernise the organisations and infrastructure to improve the efficiency and environmental performance of the services.
Platform for device management in smart city infrastructures
Stadtwerke needed a platform to collect, store and process data from across the city.
Application for managing technical teams on site
Stadtwerke needed an intelligent tool that would optimise the work of the teams and at the same time provide the technicians with information about the devices in the network.
Climate-neutral city heating | Helsinki Energy Challenge
ConnectPoint, in a consortium of five companies, has proposed a solar thermal and heat storage solution for Helsinki that will reduce carbon emissions from district heating by as much as 78%.