Technical scientific cooperation protocols aim to share knowledge and promote joint research projects in the area of smart cities, urban sustainability and smart street lighting.
The company’s goal for 2020 is to be able to “close a deal with at least 3 or four cities” in that country.
The content platform, specialized in smart and efficient cities, presents the solutions and some of the smart lighting projects developed by Arquiled.
In an interview to the “Negócios e Empresas” a TSF Radio program, Miguel Allen Lima states that in the next two years Brazil should represent around 10% of the company’s revenues.
Technology company in the area of energy solutions takes the exclusive representation of Arquiled’s products and solutions in Brazil, a market with a huge growth potential.
“Antena 1” Radio features the new smart Street Light system of Tomar municipality in the program “Portugal em Direto”
Arquiled’s CEO Miguel Allen Lima and Anabela Freitas, mayor of Tomar, explain the technology involved, the innovative nature of the project and the benefits both to citizens and the municipality.
EDP achieved the best score in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and Arquiled was cited by the company as one of three partners that “helped” it achieve the result.
The importance of Portugal-Colombia economic relations led AICEP (the Portuguese Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade) to create an Economic Council with the purpose of facilitating the internationalization of Portuguese companies in that country. Arquiled was invited to join the forum.
SAPO TEK highlights Arquiled and the company’s project in Tomar county in a background article on Smart Cities
SAPO TEK presents ARQUILED as reference in smart citties development and highlights the project currently being implemented in Tomar county as an example of the future that has already here.
“In the next 5 to 10 years most of the country will have smart luminaires” – Miguel Allen Lima to the RTP 3 TV Channel
Arquiled’s CEO announces a revolution in cities management driven by the Internet of Things and highlights Arquiled’s work in this area pointing the municipality of Tomar as a forerunner to the movement in Portugal.