As communications networks grow more powerful and ubiquitous, “Smart Cities” are in the vanguard of building on those foundations to improve the lives of citizens and visitors. Using senors and high-speed broadband networks, data can be collected and evaluated to help increase efficiencies and sustainability, and to manage services such as lighting, video surveillance, waste collection, traffic and water quality management. Imagine citizens being able to avoid traffic jams, easily find parking spots, and report potholes, broken sprinklers or overflowing waste cans.
Among the key elements in a successful Smart Cities strategy are: robust connectivity and strong IoT networks that can transform communities’ operations and efficiencies; the ability to create collaborative working environments that include technology vendors and multiple network providers; and problem-solving prowess that can cut through the complexity and cost of Smart Community/IoT deployments in public-private partnerships – creating and scaling vibrant Smart Cities that enrich the lives of residents.
No other network can match cable’s Smart Cities capabilities. Alone or in partnership with 5G or other wireless network providers, cable operators possess wired and wireless resources to deliver Smart Community / IoT solutions NOW:
Why is this important?
With the advent of new technology, “Smart Cities” innovators are paving the way for a brighter future for our citizens. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see smart technologies in action, and to learn how to bring them to your constituents. The Smart Cities Experience at SCTE•ISBE Cable-Tec Expo – a MUST ATTEND EVENT!
City Managers and Civic Leaders: Learn more about Smart Cities and how cable is the catapult that can launch your own smart initiatives.
Join us October 1-October 3 for demonstrations and discussion of Smart City applications such as:
Hear from city leaders about their successes and challenges and learn how cable partnerships can accelerate cities ‘Smart’ ambitions. See how Smart Cities technology solutions can be implemented right now.
VP of Government & Public Affairs
Group Vice President, Enterprise Data & Smart Cities
Spectrum dreams of smart cities around the globe and points out elements like digitally connected governments and smart-controlled water systems to demonstrate that we are already on the path to creating these smart cities.
Spectrum and US Ignite partner on a new project in a Florida city.