In an unprecedented partnership among 19 federal and District of Columbia government agencies, the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative is bringing communities together and residents to the doors of new businesses.
When Kansas City Board of Public Utilities installed a water and electric AMI system in 2013, in addition to improving service and reliability, they hoped to empower customers to be wiser energy and water consumers. That goal prompted staff to make residential leak detection a priority; read how they did it in this Elster case study.
Owners of the luxury apartments at Makkah Clock Towers wanted to bill their 5,000 tenants individually for their utility usage which meant finding a vendor that could provide meters that could measure water usage along with cooling and electricity usage. Read in this case study about the solution Spire Metering Technologies provided.
After Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) replaced its 25-year-old fare collection system with a smart card-based system – named EASY Card – it was so successful that two more agencies in the region joined. Learn more in this case study from Cubic Transportation Systems.
The safety of both officers and citizens depends on real-time situational awareness and immediate contact with colleagues and support personnel. Learn in this case study how Verizon worked with Charleston, S.C. to provide solutions that give their police officers the data, applications, and support they need in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Duke Energy invited Verizon Wireless to take on a major role in the Envision Charlotte project -- a rare public-private partnership dedicated to achieving up to 20% energy reduction by 2016. Read about the technologies being deployed to help reach that goal.
The Urban Software Institute, [ui!] has developed a cloud-based application that processes traffic-relevant data. The solution analyses the sensor data transmitted by traffic guidance systems at intersecting roads and makes them available in almost real time. Read this case study on results experienced in Darmstadt, Germany.
Ten years ago, Gresham, Oregon's wastewater treatment plant was the city's largest consumer of energy. Now, as you'll read in this case study from Veolia, the plant is making as much electricity as it consumes in a year.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s officers depended on paper-based notes that created an inefficient administrative burden and siloed important information. Read in this Intel case study how a new app and tablets are helping make them more efficient and improving public safety.
The Brazilian municipality of Bauru takes on high maintenance costs, crash safety and energy savings all in one brilliant play. Read in this case study how installing 2,000 GE LED traffic lights made their mark on the municipality’s traffic… and, in a very substantial way, on its coffers.