Smart Cities

Smart wireless solutions help Smart Cities improve citizen services and infrastructure.

Smart solutions include smart parking, air quality, temperature and humidity monitoring, asset and equipment tracking, water conservation, smart energy, and waste management among others.

Greater population concentrations in cities requires that the cities provide more sustainable and efficient services in order to maintain a higher quality of life for the residents. Our innovative applications monitor water and energy supply, air quality and transportation, as well as city services like street lighting, waste management, public safety, and security.





















Parking spaces are monitored and managed more efficiently with smart sensors, generating incremental revenue as well as aiding parking providers with adopting dynamic pricing. The city can monitor parking spots automatically and ensure that parking violations are cited efficiently with less manpower.

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Environment Monitoring

Pollution is the leading cause of death in some countries. Smart sensors monitor noise, air quality, and water pollution and keep citizens informed about the level of pollutants such as CO, CO2, and NO2 in the air.

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Asset Tracking

Smart sensors provide information on asset location, detect open doors, windows, or excessive vibration of assets during transportation. It can detect fire and smoke as well. The smart devices send automatic updates and alerts without any blind spots.

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Water Conservation

Fresh, clean water is a limited resource. Conservation of this resource is critical for our environment. Parks and gardens can be irrigated optimally by monitoring soil moisture, thereby saving water.  Water leaks can be detected as they happen, to minimize the loss of water by shutting off the valve automatically.

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Waste BIN LEVEL Monitoring

Understanding the status of waste bins enables city service providers to react to real-time fill levels, avoiding container spillovers and littering, allowing for more efficient refuse collection and reduces unnecessary pick-ups of half-empty bins, thereby saving fuel and reducing pollution. Cities gain visibility of patterns and trends from the data collected.

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Rodent control

Rodents are a major problem in any city. Smart wireless devices can trap a rodent and then alert the city staff by text message or email so that the device can be emptied and put to reuse. No Internet connection is needed, the devices consume very low power, have a long-range, and require little to no maintenance.

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