we create business plans that are risk-proof and resilient - for investors, customers & partners
i n f i n i t i x A.I. maps complex problems and creates multi-stakeholder models to capture value from waste and implement sustainable value chains, which reduce CAPEX/OPEX and improve economy.
create your transition model
manage your solutions
the unprecedented effectiveness of infinitix comes from combining qualitative methods i.e. the Theory for Resolving Invention-based Problems and the Design Structure Metrics – into a standard model for data management, co-creation and evaluation
These methods never been integrated into the sustainability before despite its proven data in economy enhancement and change-management
i n f i n i t i x A.I.
i n f i n i t i x platform
i n f i n i t i x marketplace
- Amsterdam Region
- Waternet Business
- Phosphorus Value Chain
- Phosphorus Strategy
- Business & Implementation Plan
i n f i n i t i x – w a t e r model
Using ‘i n f i n i t i x’ A.I., we developed a strategic data-model for design and decision-making in water sector. Currently, we are in the process of developing ‘water platform’ where we offer wastewater utilities and water boards insights developed for Waternet, and test proposed solutions for Amsterdam in other countries.
Moreover, we are looking for partners and investors interested to support business & implementation plan for new value chain for phosphorus recovery and valorisation. We found solution that can reduce up to 50% CAPEX/OPEX of wastewater treatment plants, while recovering 100% of phosphorus from wastewater and valorising it for pharma, agri and food industries.
About i n f i n i t i x
i n f i n i t i x A.I. is created with support of experts from Organic Village, TU Delft, MIT, Elastique, and validated together with the International Water Week, Witteveen en Bos and Waternet in Amsterdam and Singapore.
Maxim Amosov is Founder and CEO at ‘i n f i n i t i x’ BV.
In 2008, he moved from Omsk, Siberia – to Wageningen in the Netherlands to pursue career of sustainability engineer. In 2009, he started a consultancy firm ‘Organic Village’ that focused on design of 0-waste systems, open innovation and business models. In 2012-2015, helped starting ‘Metabolic’ (consultancy) and implementing ‘De Ceuvel’ (www.deceuvel.nl) in Amsterdam. 2015-2019 was dedicated to developing framework of frameworks that would allow all stakeholders of Amsterdam Region to link projects, and co-create a plan for transition to resilient and circular system. In 2018-2019 he published 2 papers with help of TU Delft and MIT. In 2020 this framework was translated into a software and tested in Amsterdam and Singapore.