Municipalities play a pivotal role in implementing tangible solutions for GHG emissions and are often the first to take action to fight climate change. As primary hubs, where innovative ideas meet real-world challenges, cities are leading the charge towards carbon neutrality, even with constrained budgets and timeframes.
Water is an essential resource that sustains life and influences countless aspects of society, particularly in coastal communities. Delve into the importance of water level monitoring for coastal communities, exploring the risks associated with water level changes, the benefits of monitoring, various applications, and the technology behind water level monitoring systems.
Living in a bustling city or a growing neighborhood has its perks, but it also comes with the inevitable challenge of dealing with loud neighbors. Construction sites, clubs, and overlapping residential and business zoning can create noise issues for residents in the area. Municipalities are tasked with addressing these concerns and ensuring that their citizens can enjoy a peaceful living environment.
As the rain dissipates and the summer heat takes hold across North America, it brings with it an array of outdoor events from coast to coast. One of the first events of the season is Canada Day. To honor this spectacular occasion, Citysage went above and beyond by installing Sonalert noise level monitoring sensors at celebrations in Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Surrey.
Our suite of intelligent Citysage solutions watch, analyze, and report from remote locations so that organizations can manage sites effectively. Some of these reports, like those on tide water levels, can be combined and validated against external data sources to create forecast models. When alert conditions are reached, our smart systems can give organizations a timely heads up by sending email and/or phone alerts.
Traditional municipal castings can be transformed into internet-of-things (IoT) devices. A smart manhole, trash bin, or bollard watches its environment and reports. Is trash piling up? Is the storm sewer overflowing? Are construction sites active after hours?