IoT-based waste management solution and live demonstrations from Ecube Labs Co. at Save the Planet.
Registration is only online until March 22!
Interview with Mr. Bryan Choi, Global Business Development Manager
Ecube Labs Co. Ltd. will participate for the first time at Save the Planet. Please tell us more about your company.
Ecube Labs is a provider of smart IoT-based waste management and logistics solutions that help cities and waste collection industry reduce operational costs by up to 80%. Our integrated line of products includes solar-powered waste compacting bins (Clean CUBE), wireless ultrasonic fill-level sensors (Clean CAP) that can be fitted to any type of container, and a real-time monitoring and data analytics platform (Clean City Networks).
Already represented on five continents through metropolitan cities, municipalities, and waste related organizations, we are in the process of aggressively expanding our coverage around the world. Our headquarters is based in South Korea and our current distributor network covers more than 53 countries worldwide.
What are you going to present in Sofia and what are the benefits from the implementation of your solutions.
Ecube Labs is excited to present its whole integrated product line at Save the Planet exhibition in Sofia. This will be our first time to introduce the solution on the Bulgarian market, so we are very much looking forward to the event.
Through implementing our intelligent solution, cities and waste management companies can make data-driven decisions ahead of time, resulting in dramatic cost reductions, elimination of waste overflow, and reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Who do you want to invite to visit your stand and are you looking for collaborators in the region
Ecube Labs would like to welcome all visitors and journalists to explore our IoT-based waste management solution and experience live demonstrations at Save the Planet exhibition. We hope to meet especially local municipalities, waste management and recycling operators, and smart city developers.