We will not sit back and wait for the future to happen. Climate change, pollution, urbanization, a faster than ever changing and data driven society, new technologies, etc., these are just some of the buzzwords of our time.
We see these as a call for taking the future into our own hands. We have the know-how, creativity, partners and the drive to anticipate future needs and to swiftly adapt to the unpredictable.
True innovation is foreseeing what people need, before they do.
Zoran Davidovski, R&D and Innovation Officer, Pipelife
We are a leading international manufacturer of piping solutions for good reason. In order to best anticipate the needs of a continuously evolving world; we are constantly developing not just our processes and products, but also ourselves.
Innovation is not necessarily about always coming first, it is also about making things better. Our R&D division has a very clear goal: to continuously challenge the status quo and to anticipate future needs with lasting solutions.
In our bid to continuously challenge ourselves and source innovate ideas, we launched "Ideas & More" in 2009 for Pipelife employees to flex their creative muscles and prompt innovative solutions for production processes, waste, recycling and environmental developments.
In order to make our homes and cities more resilient, we need truly innovative products and solutions, not just product refinements. You will therefore only find truly pioneering solutions that future proof our living conditions on this page.
With the ability to harness the power of data, our smart solutions help you to learn about causes and effects in order to predict, prevent and manage potential impacts from e.g. climate change, and to ultimately improve your services to your clients.
Our world is constantly evolving. And so are we. Thanks to our incredible global Pipelife talent and feedback and suggestions from our clients, we are able to offer reliable and intuitive systems that meet the needs of tomorrow.
Smart Water Service Optimizes the Sewage Network in Norway
Mar 15th, 2023 | 3 min read
The Kristiansand municipality has been testing stream inlet sensors and overflow meters from Pipelife Norway’s smart water service to prevent sewage overflows.