A modular, digital solution for a good indoor climate that works for any building. We provide a simple overview of your indoor climate. Provide simple feedback on the indoor climate through our feedback app. We take care of the rest.

Indoor Climate

Enhance productivity, decision and cognition processes, and human performance by 15%. Get less sick days and ensure an optimal indoor climate for all inhabitants.


Energy use

Eliminate energy waste due to technical error. We identify and eliminate errors. Adapt energy use the the presence of occupants and to their actual needs.


CO2 footprint

Share energy use and adapt it to the energy grid’s needs. Become renewable. Using less ressources to maintain optimal living conditions will minimize the strain on the environment.

Why Climify?

90% of the time we live in an artificial environment, so it comes as no surprise that we expect a lot from it. Indoor climate affects our performance, our sleep at night, our overall well being, and it is consequently essential to get the best indoor climate for us, our employees, and our families.
The heating, cooling, and ventilation in buildings come at a cost: An intense use of energy. Climify's mission is to provide you the best indoor climate in both residential and non-residential buildings, including schools, offices, shops, at the lowest cost and the lowest CO2 emissions.

Create a user

It all begins...

Climify started within a research project running at DTU. The founding father of CLIMIFY is Davide Cali, who has dedicated his entire professional life to letting buildings perform to the best of their abilities. He wants to optimize the comfort of all inhabitants, optimize energy usage, minimize CO2 emissions by providing flexibility services to the grid, and in all aspects, ensure the cost-effectiveness and eco-friendliness of operations of heating, ventilation, cooling, and air conditioning of all the buildings using Climify.

Davide is continuously working on developing the platform, expanding the Climify network, and researching new and better ways to enhance and maintain a good indoor climate while optimizing the performance of buildings in real-time.

The rest is history

Climify was created in January 2018. In the beginning, Climify was a tool to help the monitoring of indoor climate in schools. The goal of the project was to minimize the CO2 footprint and maximize the well-being and concentration of the students. During the first two years, the platform moved away from being a small and limited platform, called Skoleklima, to being a modern and cutting edge visualization tool. Climify shifted its attention from only focusing on a single field and is now available for many typologies of buildings, spacing from residential buildings to non-residential buildings, including offices, campus buildings, school gyms, and even hospitals.

Climify is still expanding and under development, and all of our existing users are windows into new possibilities for the platform. We are not afraid of expanding the platform following your needs to improve it. Your values are greatly valued. And even after all this time, the Climify values remain the same.

  • The human in the loop: Allow a feedback-based indoor climate control for the occupants to simplify their life and maximize the user-experience

  • The buildings Debug-AI: Run buildings efficiently, eliminating the faults

  • The Comfort Guarantee: Provide flexibility services to the energy grids without compromising on comfort

TeamMeet the Climify team

Davide Cali


Davide exploits buildings data to make buildings sustainable and pleasant for their occupants. He is an expert of buildings’ retrofit. In the free time, he loves to cook, and to play guitar.

Henrik Madsen


Bjarne Olesen


Sebastian Specht


Sebastian works as a full stack developer on the Feedme app with main focus on the backend of the system. Aside from work he speaks Spanish fluently and has a love for and interest in everything associated with Latin American culture.

Christian A. Thilker


Hjörleifur G. Bergsteinsson


Michelle Lind Østrup

Software developer

Michelle is passionate about any and all creative practices from drawing and web design to figuring out the finicky parts of designing autonomous systems.

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