InfoTiles enters Swiss market

Stavanger, December 1st 2022 - InfoTiles have won the BlueArk Challenge to provide a municipality in Switzerland with continual wastewater network monitoring to tackle inflow & infiltration (I&I).

Announced today at the Smart Water conference in Le Châble, Switzerland, the collaboration will be supported by BlueArk Entremont, ALTIS, and The Ark Foundation to facilitate further development and implementation of the InfoTiles solution.

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Trained hygiene promoters from UNICEF community partner MOSEP test water sources. Credit: UNICEF

How digital technologies contribute to universal drinking water access

Digital water technologies have an important role in ensuring universal access to safe drinking water by 2030, that’s according to a new report from the World Health Organisation (WHO), UNICEF, and the World Bank. Johnny Alexander Gunneng, chief executive officer at InfoTiles shares his insights and comments on how technologies are helping now.

Two billion more people have gained access to safe drinking water in the past two decades, according to the report. However, the report also shows that the same number are still without access, and an increasingly volatile climate will only heighten water insecurity, disrupt supplies, and devastate communities.

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InfoTiles in Denmark, International Water Association, World Water Congress

InfoTiles in Copenhagen at World Water Congress 2022

It is almost impossible not to know that InfoTiles and its closest partners were at the International Water Association World Water Congress last week (to clarify, yes, we were there). It was made even more possible with our hosts Innovasjon Norge, Norsk Vann, and Royal Norwegian Embassy in Copenhagen for the opportunity for hosting InfoTiles at the Norway Pavillion.

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InfoTiles named top 25 most innovative start-ups in Nordic Cleantech Open

Stavanger, August 25th 2022 - InfoTiles is pleased to be named as one of the top 25 cleantech innovators for water and wastewater at Nordic Cleantech Open.  

The eleventh edition of the competition, organised by Cleantech Scandinavia, selected the best companies from 137 candidates across the Nordic and Baltic countries. The top 25 were selected by an international jury that includes a panel of 50 Cleantech Scandinavia members from venture capital firms, multinational industries, the utility sector, development agencies, and public investment. 

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