Albuquerque Announces 15-Year Lighting Master Plan

December 12, 2017

The city of Albuquerque, New Mexico’s 15-year “lighting master plan” – EnvisionABQ – will involve converting over 20,000 streetlights to LED, implementing an Internet of Things (IoT) architecture, and deploying a central management system in Read More

Antibes, France Digitizes City Infrastructure

November 20, 2017

The town of Antibes in southeastern France is focusing on digitizing the entire city’s infrastructure –  including the water distribution system. As a resort town, its population triples in the summer, putting a strain on Read More

San Diego Plans for 3K More Sensors

November 7, 2017

The city of San Diego, California has begun a $30 million project to install an additional 3,200 “intelligent nodes” to the city’s street lighting infrastructure that will collect real-time anonymous sensor data, with plans for Read More

WaterView Introduces New Way to Measure Rainfall

October 13, 2017

WaterView – an Italian startup founded by three engineers from the Politecnico di Torino in Italy – has introduced an innovative way to measure rainfall intensity. The technology re-purposes sensors that are already available (e.g., Read More

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