The smart cities movement is driven by technology and data. The impacts of new solutions on the efficiency, accuracy and quality of decisions permeate every organization involved in infrastructure changes. New technologies enable awareness of asset health through real-time monitoring.
We help utilities and municipalities plan and implement the backbone electrical, communication, water and transportation infrastructure and asset health technology to meet the needs of tomorrow's smart cities. Whether the need is data collection through sensors and monitors or master planning to take the data and develop project priorities across the next decade, we have the necessary experience to make it happen.
We partner with 1898 & Co. — our business, technology and security solutions consultancy — to develop and customize new technology solutions and extend the capabilities of the existing software tools you use. The 1898 & CO. team is experienced with industry-leading technologies and systems across a variety of technology sectors, including geographic information systems (GIS), enterprise asset management (EAM), building information modeling (BIM), real-time monitoring, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
The team applies experience in system planning, implementation and customization to maximize your return on investment in technological tools and systems, helping you use technology to improve your business operations.
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