Innovation and Strategy in Smart Cities
In 2021, dnota acquired an equity stake in Bettair Cities, a manufacturer of static nodes for measuring air pollution. Bettair’s advanced technology enabled dnota to accurately map urban air pollution.
In October 2022, dnota redefined its strategic focus by selling the Water and Noise Quality Control business unit, focusing its efforts on air quality and microbiological analysis in food and water, with Microbial.
International Expansion and Microbial’s Transformation
In 2023, dnota starts its international expansion, looking for partners in Europe, America and Asia. This strategy seeks to bring Bettair Cities technology to major cities around the world, supported by high-precision IoT sensors.
In November 2023, Microbial starts a new phase as an independent laboratory specialized in molecular microbiology, focusing on food and water quality control.
Currently, dnota operates synergistically in air quality, developing its activity according to internationally recognized quality systems. Its commitment to improving sustainable development continues to be evident through the sale of products and services that guarantee accurate information on the environmental quality of the environment. dnota’s history is a testament to adaptability, innovation and leadership in the air quality and microbiology sectors.
Current Positioning and Commitment to Sustainability
As of 2022, dnota remains a major player in air quality, offering engineering services and network maintenance, and supplying environmental monitoring and meteorology equipment. At the same time, it reinforces its position in the Smart Cities market, intensifying its presence in cities and pollution control.
The strong relationship with Bettair Cities and world-renowned manufacturers, such as Thermo Scientific, Synspec and Digitel, highlights dnota’s ongoing commitment to quality and innovation, with more than 20 years of collaboration.