Moelven Limtre manufactures, designs and constructs tall buildings with glulam, an eco-friendly, load-bearing and flexible material that rivals the strength of steel.
IOT Solutions helps to reduce energy consumption by allowing building managers to operate a large number of buildings from a single smartphone, tablet or PC.
Nordic Smart House is a modular home developed to meet growing demand for smaller, cheaper and more sustainable housing. This concept reduces construction time and nearly halves energy consumption.
Spacemaker’s game changing AI technology optimises the planning of urban spaces, helping real estate developers and architects to make smart and sustainable decisions.
Smart Plants’ solutions use the Internet of Things (IoT) to cut energy consumption in industrial and commercial buildings by up to 40 per cent.
Energinet from Cebyc is an intelligent, self-learning software for energy, waste and environmental management of buildings. Automated monitoring, measurement and control of energy consumption leads to better environmental and financial results over time.
Disruptive Technolgies’ system of smart, connected sensors can be used in any building to reduce energy consumption significantly.
Millions of trees are harvested annually for the production of wooden utility poles, contributing significantly to deforestation. EcoPole is a bamboo and composite utility pole with numerous environmental and practical benefits.
The Bimsync platform by Catenda facilitates productive collaboration between all stakeholders in construction projects, while helping to cut costs and improve energy efficiency and transparency.
Pest control with bait and pesticides can be replaced with full perimeter protection, preventing the spread of environmentally hazardous substances.