50 Water transport

Enterprise Europe Network (Profile: BRDE20190923002)

Type: 
Cooperation
Short description of advertisement: 
German start-up seeks software developers for designing their state of the art data monitoring, processing and reporting products under services agreement

A start-up company from Germany aiming to build intelligent equipment for water distribution networks seeks partners with proven expertise in developing software products for data monitoring and processing. The SME wishes to identify partners for custom designed data recording, analysis, post-processing and reporting products for water distribution network industry under a services agreement. 

A 2016 established, multiple award winning company from Germany in the field of intelligent water networks had developed unique turbine systems for drinking water pipelines for self-sufficient generation of electrical energy in order to permanently collect and transmit data via sensors in water supply networks.
The goal is to reduce the immense water losses in water supply networks, which average 30% of worldwide consumption, and to save precious resources in times of energy revolution and water shortage.
The SME brings innovative technology to control and distribute water in intelligent way in the water entire grid along with recording and communicating the important parameters to grid control center wirelessly. 

The company is looking for expert developers who have proven experience in developing custom designed software for data aquisition, monitoring & reporting systems. 

Client is looking to outsource above mentioned development activities & Preferrs is a pertnership in Europe via service agreement

 

 

For more information please contact Enterprise Europe Network Latvia.

Contact person: 
Enterprise Europe Network Latvia
Contact languages: 
English
German
Country: 
Germany
Address: 
Perses Street 2, Riga, LV-1442, Latvia
Phone: 
+371-67039430
Fax: 
+371-67039431
E-mail: 
info [at] een [dot] lv
Proposal valid till: 
Saturday, 24 October, 2020

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