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Thursday, 28 2019
Nordsense earned a spot on the #theimpact100
”I dag mäts framgång ofta enbart i termer av värdering och tillväxt. Vi tycker att man missar en dimension, nämligen påverkan som bolag har på samhället. Därför vill vi lyfta fram impact-startups, bolag vars själva affärsmodell är att lösa samhällsutmaningar eller miljö- och klimatproblem”, säger Erik Engellau-Nilsson.
Friday, 8 2019
In An Effort To Clean Up The Streets, San Francisco Is Installing 1,000 Trash Can Sensors
San Francisco is becoming world-renowned for its filthy streets covered in used drug needles and human excrement. Last week the city committed to a plan to do something about the garbage problem. It is buying sensors from a Danish company which use a laser to detect the amount of trash in a can and, when the can is full, will send a signal to the city that it needs to be emptied. From the San Francisco Chronicle:
Tuesday, 5 2019
Danish Startup Nordsense’s ‘Pod’ Sensor Technology makes City Waste Management Smarter
The garbage in trash cans overflows if not emptied out by the garbage haulers in a timely manner. Garbage haulers have to check every trash bin individually to determine whether it is full or not. A Danish startup, Nordsense has figured out a way to solve this issue with a device based on laser technology which offers to alert the garbage haulers when the trash cans are about to overflow.
Monday, 4 2019
Trash talking goes high-tech in San Francisco
The war between the high-tech trash cans of San Francisco seems to be over. The city has thrown in its lot with the cheaper one.
City officials announced last week — after studying and sniffing high-tech trash cans for months — that they have agreed to retrofit 1,000 sidewalk trash cans with a small sensor device from a Danish company, instead of leasing more of the rectangular Bigbelly trash cans that have popped up recently in San Francisco.