CALL Copenhagen has facilitated the development of a GIS-driven platform for co-creative and collaborative planning of local climate adaptation projects. The development was undertaken by the Copenhagen learning resource center ENERGY & WATER in a partnership with Greater Copenhagen Utility, The City of Copenhagen, GEOINFO, Build a World and The University of Aalborg with support…
Isle Utilities is the world’s leading technology consultancy, with a strong focus on the water sector. Isle is also the leader and initiator of the European Urban Resilience Technology Approval Group (UR TAG).
CALL Copenhagen’s international project manager, and former CTO of BIOFOS Denmark, is appointed leader of Water Europe’s Water-Smart Cities Cluster.
On 23&24 January, CALL Copenhagen and HOFOR – Greater Copenhagen Utility welcomed together with Isle Utilities representatives from 14 different cities, utilities and universities for the launch of the Urban Resilience Technology Approval Group (UR TAG) at HOFOR’s headquarters in Copenhagen.
In this video Planning Manager Henrik Bay from the utility company Frederiksberg Forsyning outlines the perspectives in the digitization of cloudburst systems.
In this video Peter Rasch, CEO at InforMetics, explains how high resolution real time radar data can lead to better utilization of the existing sewage network and to a reduced need for investments in climate adaptation solutions.
In this video from CALL Copenhagen’s Smart Water Conference in December 2018, Process Engineer Carsten Thirsing from BIOFOS talks about the advantages of coordinated digital management of drainage systems and wastewater plants.
The final report Smart Water – Digitalisation in the Water Sector is now available upon request!
Digital solutions in the water sector can bring great benefits to the handling of drinking water, wastewater and precipitation. A new report from CALL Copenhagen explains how exactly new digital solutions can optimize the water sector’s operations significantly in a Danish context.
All over the world climate change leads to extreme weather that damage property and infrastructure. In Greater Copenhagen we are especially challenged by heavy rain. But we are determined to turn this challenge into an opportunity to invest in livability and green growth.
A CALL Copenhagen project funded by the Danish Water Sector’s Development and Demonstration Program created the basis for a more efficient realization of “climate streets” in order to support sustainable green and blue climate adaption in residential areas in Greater Copenhagen.