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Barcelona's Smart City Platform
Barcelona's Smart City Platform
Barcelona city was receiving large amounts of data vertically organized, unable to effectively manage and visualize them in real time on one screen. Barcelona sought an innovative way of managing their assets and resources, along with improving their processes.Data coming from street lighting, traffic, blue zone free parking spots, waste disposal and trucks, acoustic and atmospheric contamination, irrigation system, electric supply stations sensors and actuators.
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Beach & Water Reservoir Monitoring Platform
Beach & Water Reservoir Monitoring Platform
Catalan Water Agency is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the water reservoirs of Catalonia region. Part of its Big Data strategy was to find a monitoring system to surveil, manage and supervise in real-time the coastal areas (including swimming and non-swimming beaches), the water and its quality.
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Intercake – Deploying IoT Connected Cake Printers to Supermarkets Across the UK
Reliability of Cellular Connectivity - How could Robustel help Intercake ensure printers located in supermarkets across the UK with varying RF environments all worked flawlessly?Qualifying Data Usage - How could Intercake use the data counting and analytical tools available inside all Robustel devices to manage airtime costs and prevent 'bill-shock'?Capital Expenditure for Connectivity - How could Robustel work with Intercake to make sure they had a solution that was fit for purpose but not 'over-engineered' to ensure maximum return on a nationwide roll-out?
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Sentilo Terrassa (Smart City Open Data)
Sentilo Terrassa (Smart City Open Data)
Terrassa City was in need to ameliorate their information and communication flow between municipal managers, in order to generate new services to its citizens. The City Council was missing an internal management platform of the municipal services, and wanted to initiate a Smart City strategy to solve this issue, along with bringing value to all parties involved (municipality, businesses, citizens and other local entities). 
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