The water sector today is digital only to a limited extent. The infrastructure intensive water and sewage utility sector in particular has had little benefit from the development in communication and digitization we have seen over the past decades, while industrial water management has embraced the technological possibilities to a larger extent.
31 May 2017 we officially inaugurated the Climate Adaptation Living Lab for Greater Copenhagen (CALL Copenhagen) – a new nexus for the demonstration, up-scaling and marketing of systemic climate adaptation solutions.
Permeable road surfaces, made of asphalt, stone or polymer, have proven their value for local rainwater harvesting – but can they integrate even more functions? They can, with the help of smart road subbases and practical and cost-efficient filter technology.
Once a slightly overgrown and darkish park, Lindevangs Park today does not only welcome those seeking relaxation, but also provides an abundance of space for storm water and thereby protects the neighborhood from flooding.
Often referred to as the “Climate Quarter”, Skt. Kjelds Quarter is an open-air urban living lab for a variety of technologies and approaches for climate adaptation.
The underlying idea of the now combined renovation and adaptation project was to create space for rainwater in a way that supports the further development of the center and provides upgrades to the existing sport and leisure facilities