FUTURE COMPTA’s BEE2WASTE, a market-leading solution in municipal waste collection management, can also be tried at NOS innovative 5G HUB, inaugurated today.
In a space dedicated exclusively to NOS 5G technology, it brings together a set of innovative sun, which are already prepared to take advantage of this new network, allowing you to have direct interaction with these solutions on site.
BEE2WASTE, a complete solution that addresses all phases of cloud-based waste collection processes, is currently used in more than 50 cities across Europe, South America, and Africa. Developed to interact with all operational elements of the waste collection process, from the scheduling of human resources, collection processes, and their management. A true solution is “end to end” that allows organizations to control the process at 360º, desde the collection to its destination, always minimizing the impact on citizens.
For Bruno Fazenda, Vice President of Digital Products at FUTURE COMPTA “Our fundamental focus is to improve performance and operational efficiency with innovative solutions. And here we are dealing with a concrete case of this, by using this 5G technology in BEE2WASTE, we are taking a step forward from a technological point of view, naturally innovating, but even more importantly we are providing our solution with more resilient communication mechanisms, with more capillarity, providing bandwidths that allow for larger information flows and that can allow us to move up the value chain by presenting more structured data and supporting management. We are therefore very excited about this invitation from NOS, being certain, that together we will bring these technologies to many more people and organizations. “
BEE2WASTE is also available in an INDUSTRIAL version, specially designed to manage in an integrated way any company that operates in the Waste Management and Recycling sector.
It should be noted that BEE2WASTE in having impacts and benefits, in projects already implemented collection of municipal solid waste, in operations with waste containers and selective and undifferentiated collection, has registered reductions: between 10% and 20% in terms of savings and energy and between 20% and 40% in terms of operational savings.