Picodat’s solution has a number of interesting perspectives – both for the municipality and its citizens. It is my belief that the solution will be of interest for home owners throughout the country.
Picodat is a great example of what can come out of collaboration between university and municipality! Picodat found a way to combine different types of data in a tool that can contribute to the city’s climate goals.
The website sunmapper.dk lets you see if you should adopt solar panels on your house - and when the investment is paid back.
The solution offers to make the municipality more cost efficient and improve citizen services, while simultaneously contributing to reduced CO2 emissions, thus addressing a difficult societal challenge.
Is it worth it to get solar panels on your house? Picodat has created a software that can give you the answer. The team behind the green startup tells about their first encounter with one another to a hackathon, their new collaboration with the Climate-KIC, about the future - and to help disarm the buildings from the grid.
Five DTU students and a CBS student were named winners of DTU's Big Data Hackathon at the Big Data conference at Industriens Hus yesterday. The team used Big Data to develop a tool that makes it quick and easy for municipalities to select energy-saving solutions.