How unifying the engineering, operations,
and maintenance of public assets via digital
transformation could help plug the investment gap
Smart city innovation is not all about futuristic city planning – with highly connected and digitally optimizable transport systems, and modern buildings replete with intelligent sensors that control heating, lighting and other utilities more economically.
City planners and managers need to be cognizant of the vast and significant potential for operational and maintenance benefits and budget savings from existing municipal infrastructures. However, in order to reap these benefits, they need access to dynamic, coordinated and timely data from local infrastructure, its performance and its pressure points, enabling targeted and effective responses by operational teams and engineers. The result will be a smart and resilient city whatever the prevailing conditions.
Download this report to get the insights needed to better manage your existing municipal infrastructure.