The goal of a Smart city is to improve the fundamental infrastructure by providing a decent quality of life, a clean and sustainable environment through the application of intelligent solutions. Smart cities can be used in eight sectors: Mobility, Security, Healthcare, Energy, Water, Waste, Economic Development, Engagement, and community.
The Smart City Operations is an integrated system that enables the communication within the team and cross functions to optimize the efficiency of city operations and services. With real-time and transparent information, city officials are able to monitor what is happening in the city and how the city is evolving.
Onesti City Hall current data center infrastructure is manly used for internal use and adding more servers and licenses rise the cost of public expenditure. Additionally, Onesti City Hall wants a secure system that will can interact with the local community to rise the engagement of the citizens using their mobile devices.
Optimising parking management efficiency is the main challenge of car park operators. Estapar is Brazil's most important car park operator. It needed a solution to simplify parking control, making the work of traffic wardens more efficient and improving the accessibility of vehicles to parking areas. The aim of the project developed for Estapar in Santa Barbara Oeste was to: optimise operating costs, increase the rotation and occupancy of spaces and, therefore, parking revenue, reduce the time spent looking for a parking space and improve the citizen's parking experience.
Always seeking innovation, BH Technologies was studying an energy saving solution for its public lighting equipment. The company based in Grenoble (France) wanted a simple and autonomous system with high-level accuracy vehicle detection to be integrated with its public lighting control solution.