Making Smart City Infrastructure Easier to Deploy and Manage

Improve public safety, connectivity, and the economics for cities

Deploys in Seconds, Useful Data in Minutes

By 2025, cities will deploy over 2 billion devices in urban areas to help with public safety, Wi-Fi and the environment. That raises a big scale challenge. Where will you put all those devices? How do you manage them? How do ensure you are getting the best return for your city’s dollars?

Conventional approaches are too time consuming and expensive. Ubicquia has a simpler way. You can accelerate projects and save up to 50 percent on total cost of ownership with our multi-purpose platforms.

They are simple to deploy because they use your existing streetlight infrastructure. You can monitor them on a single pane of glass. They give you the data you need to make your cities smarter, safer, and more connected.

The Challenges of Deploying Smart City Infrastructure

Multiple Platforms

Installing multiple devices is costly, time-consuming and results in a “frankenpole” that is unappealing and difficult to manage.

Scaling Deployments

The time and approvals needed to add new infrastructure slows deployments and makes many unworkable or too costly.

Real-time
Insights

Lack of data, multiple sources of data and no means to analyze it means cities have an incomplete view or no of visibility at all.

A Disruptive Approach to Deploying Smart City Infrastructure

Deploying multiple smart city infrastructure devices on one pole or adding more poles is inefficient and unsightly. Instead, cities can put a multi-use platform on one streetlight to:

  • Reduce energy costs
  • Ensure public spaces are well lit
  • Deliver broadband in public spaces
  • Monitor and manage traffic
  • Improve public safety
  • Monitor air quality
  • Detect unusual activity

Benefits of Ubicquia Solutions

Better Allocate Resources

Integrating data from different sources in a single pane of glass means cities can better manage resources like equipment, infrastructure and people. Converting to smart streetlighting can significantly reduce energy costs.

Improved
Quality of Life

On-demand video with real-time analytics leads to less crime and better safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. More effective traffic management and better environmental monitoring improves air quality.

More Sustainable Growth

Having access to more information and using AI to find key insights can help cities balance growth and development with the environment. Offering public Wi-Fi can improve economic opportunities for citizens and local business.

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Why Choose Ubicquia for Smart City Infrastructure

Ubicquia helps cities solve the critical issues they face from public safety to poor air quality while controlling costs and optimizing existing infrastructure. We are dedicated to making technology that is easy to deploy and monitor. Our all-in-one solutions can be installed in minutes by using the existing streetlights and utility poles. We are compatible with more than 360 million streetlights and 500 million utility poles worldwide. Our UbiVu management platform opens the possibility of a real-time city by bringing together all data in a single pane of glass. We are enabling Cities to control lighting costs, extend public Wi-Fi, improve air quality, optimize traffic management and protect public safety.

See What our Customers Say

Ubicquia solutions are deployed in over 350 cities across the US, Canada, and Latin America.

"We're saving money through reduced operating costs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and as an extra perk, we received recognition and a grant award from NYSERDA for the accomplishment."

Marcy Denker,
Sustainability Coordinator,
Village of Nyack, NY

"Pepperell is strongly committed to climate change issues and have declared ourselves a Dark Sky friendly community. This conversion reduces nighttime lighting and glare without compromising public safety."

Andrew MacLean,
Town Administrator,
Town of Pepperell, Massachusetts

"We’re excited to deploy the UbiHub to deliver free, high-speed internet to Pana'ewa Park. This project marks an important step towards expanding broadband and closing the digital divide throughout Hawai'i."

Mitch Roth,
Mayor,
County of Hawai'i

Want to make your communities smarter, safer and more connected ?

Talk to us about how to make your existing streetlights and utility poles the foundation for your real-time communities.