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Las Cruces, NM
Capturing Pedestrian Data to Understand the ROI of Future Public WiFi Investments
Las Cruces used sensor enabled benches and charging stations to collect pedestrian data that could inform the value of future investments in WiFi and ...
30 Thousand USD
Downtown Planning & Development Department
Courmayeur, Aosta Valley, Italy
Smart City Bench Promotes Citizen Engagement, Giving Tourists and Hikers WiFi in the Alps
The Swiss Alps see thousands of citizens and visitors each year, often to remote locations. To increase safety and communication around traffic, trail...
Non-profit local safety organization
City of Ontario expands broadband access with small cell deployment
The City of Ontario evaluated Smart City technologies including IoT, smart streetlights, and network services in a new mixed use residential & shoppin...
Zero Upfront Cost
Broadband Operations, IT Department
Town Builds its own Fiber Network to Increase Broadband Access and Close the Digital Divide
Charlemont, Massachusetts collaborated with its local utility provider to build its own fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network. The network is meant to incr...
3.5 Million USD
Banff, AB, Canada
Smart Lighting increases pedestrian safety and traffic management capabilities in tourist town Banff
Banff is a tourist town, located just out of Jasper National Park in Canada. With shifts in weather and tourist traffic, they wanted to better regulat...
10 Thousand USD
City IT Department