Without infra, we’re nowhere

Communicating, paying, cooking, transporting: things which have nothing to do with each other at first glance. Yet they have one thing in common: without infrastructure they would be impossible.

Infrastructure is often invisible, but it is indispensable, and vital to our food and water supply and to the heating of our homes. In short: infrastructure is the lifeline of the economy.

More and more devices are being connected to the Internet of Things. Fossil fuels are in decline, electricity is on the rise. That's why we are generating more and more energy with solar panels and wind turbines. These are all reasons to make considerable investments in the capacity of our networks.

Thanks to our knowledge of information, water management, and energy, Connect Group can make a valuable contribution to the transitions Europe is currently facing.

Our primary needs according to the Maslow model

You would like your product to be on the market as soon as possible. Connect Group helps you with that. While we are perfecting your prototype at one of our locations, the other location is ready to produce the product in the volume of your choice.

Testing environment

If the infrastructure does not work, traffic lights go out, payments come to a halt, and alarm numbers can no longer be reached. In order to guarantee continuity, we thoroughly test our products. If needed, we build the test environment ourselves.

Smooth interplay

For a quick response, we have optimised the logistics of our five production locations. Thanks to the smooth interaction between our production locations, we always have the capacity to execute your order.


Redesign to cost.

Facts, figures and trends


Over the coming year, it is expected to see governments focus on creating regulatory frameworks that are flexible and durable in the face of technological change. The most successful will be the ones that are able to recognize the need to find the right balance between control and innovation.


In Europe and the West competition is growing for renewables assets from solar farms to offshore wind auctions. In some cases, bidders for assets seem to be betting that the economics of renewables will improve significantly, which, in turn, is pushing down the reported cost per kilowatt generated.


As the world becomes more adept at turning data into insights, massive opportunities will emerge for infrastructure owners, operators and planners. Indeed, over the coming year, it is expected to see more and more resources go towards uncovering the insights that will enable unprecedented efficiency across the infrastructure life cycle.