Delivering Next-Generation Citizen Services
Smart Services That Span Public Safety, Transportation, and Public Works
With highly distributed wireless sensor technology, and intelligent management systems cities can solve current and future challenges and create exciting new citizen services. With less than 1% of city assets connected to the Internet today, there is tremendous opportunity to enhance and deliver new citizen services. IDC projects that by 2020, there will be 212 billion "things" in the world and that by 2017, 3.5 billion people will connect to the Internet, 64% of them via mobile devices. Is your city ready?
Parking and Meter Systems
Smart parking systems and meter reading allow citizens to identify available parking and pay with a smart phone.
Waste & Recycling
Connected waste & recycling bins can significant reduce routes and enhance service delivery.
New services such as bicycle sharing are becoming popular in many cities.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Smart cities around the globe are promoting electric vehicle charging at transit stations and municipal ramps to help address the growing need to reduce carbon emissions.
Enhanced Public Safety
Deliver enhanced public safety by connecting cameras, police and emergency vehicles.
Changeable message signs for traffic management, transit, and wayfinding.