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Intrarom announces its first Smart City pilot implementation

Intrarom, the Romanian subsidiary of Intracom Telecom, announced the successful implementation of its first Smart City pilot in Alba Iulia.

2018-10-31 10:14:32

The pilot was launched during the ‘'Dezbatere Nationala Smart City - Alba Iulia 2018'' event, which was organized in cooperation with the Alba Iulia's municipality under the framework of the Romanian centenary celebration, in order to promote and sustain constantly the smart community concept.

Intrarom, for the purposes of testing offered a complete smart lighting solution that combines the efficiency of LED technology with the advantages of a multifunctional communication gateway that facilitates the interconnection with an impressive number of IoT equipment and sensors.

More specifically, the solution, that was implemented by Intrarom in a parking lot in front of the Stadium in Alba Iulia, consists of a number of multi-component LED lighting pillars, which are equipped with multifunctional sensors that integrate many functionalities, such as smart parking, environmental & noise level monitoring, traffic monitoring, SOS distress signaling and free wi-fi connectivity for the surrounding area.

All the equipment and services mentioned above are managed by the Company's Unified IoT Orchestration Platform (uiTOP) that integrates them through open APIs, providing a 360-view of all connected intelligent assets, thus enabling a complete monitoring and control of city operations & services. The platform poses no limitations or restrictions on equipment manufacturers and allows to integrate various vertical solutions, supporting multiple connectivity technologies between and with ever-expanding intelligent ecosystems.

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