Working with selected providers and hardware manufacturers we will design and develop the best solution in order to deliver, reliable service, signal and bandwidth, whilst providing analytics, heat mapping and dwell time / usage statistics, that can be utilised for place planning and developments.
Access points can be mounted on street lighting columns without the need for additional power supplies or drilling holes.
From simple LED and dot matrix signs, through to high quality LCD digital display panels, we will advise on the best solution for you.
Used to provide consistent and legible feedback, these devices can be used as community information boards, signage or to deliver important predefined messages as well as potential advertising revenue income for the authority
Air pollution affects all areas of the world, with the population in urban areas particularly exposed to high concentrations of small particulate matter (PM2.5). Exposure to these concentrations can lead to major health problems.
The effects of air pollution on health depend not only on exposure but also on the vulnerability of people. The impacts of air pollution can increase as a result of age, pre-existing health conditions or particular behaviours.
Whether to establish a baseline or understand the flow of people through a space, people counting technology can provide huge insights into the effectiveness of public realm improvements, high street occupancy or planning guidelines and development opportunities
The practicalities of a smart parking system rely on three basic components, a sensing device, installed in the parking bay, either on street or off street, or a camera monitoring these bays utilising advanced video analytics to determine use. The payment system, be that through a smartphone app, telephone or parking meters and a back office management system, for payments, enforcement and reporting functions. All of these components must come together in order to provide a flexible and reliable system for the owner, operator and user.
City centres are playing an increasingly important role in local economies, and so any initiative to make urban areas better places for people to live and work in is a step in the right direction. Making better use of wasteland and vacant spaces is one way forward and could help to attract more residents and businesses to city centre areas. We have the opportunity with these new Urban Spaces to help transform our cities into technology enhanced urban areas using new multi-functional smart city infrastructure, by providing new services and assets by meeting the needs of people – power and connectivity