Compta and Grundfos organize an international IoT event in Portugal

At its headquarters in Miraflores, Compta will host an international IoT technology event for Grundfos professionals, a global leader in advanced pumping solutions and a precursor in water management technology. The central goal of this meeting is the demonstration of real Internet of Things implementations in Portugal. In this field, Bee2Green product from Compta Emerging Business stands out, promoting water consumption efficiency, control and adequacy of irrigation according to evapotranspiration indexes and meteorological forecast, energy used and water pressure in irrigation programs.

It should be noted that Grundfos is a leading group with an annual output of 16 million pumps and one of the world’s largest companies in the manufacture of pumping and water management equipment, being represented worldwide through and with production and sales in 51 countries.

With multiple projects implemented and with four Research and Development centers installed in Portugal, Compta Group is nationally and internationally recognized through its IoT solutions for areas as diverse as Energy, Green Space Management, Transportation and Sea. With 45 years of existence, Compta develops its activity based on the constant demand for technological innovation, with the mission of selecting the best technologies in the world market, adapting them to the markets where it operates.

In addition to being listed on the Stock Exchange (Euronext Lisbon), it occupies an enviable position in the IT market, constantly investing in its certification and that of its employees. It holds more than 400 individual certifications, the highest level of certification in its key strategic partners and presents a complete and consistent range of products, solutions and services that help companies improve their performance by adding value to their business.

This partnership between Compta and Grundfos aims to create innovative solutions for centralized irrigation management by providing complete softwares that remotely automate and manage the irrigation and environmental control systems of green spaces. For this purpose, it is intended to optimize efficiency by minimizing maintenance costs by providing the necessary tools for savings related to water consumption.

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