Smart City

Today’s so called “smart city” consists of a set of unrelated, purpose-built applications. Parking, traffic signaling, ambulance or police car location monitoring, public utilities, HVAC at schools and government buildings... the list goes on and on. Savvy city managers need more than local interest groups to inform them about how to spend and how to save, and the Internet of Things promises to provide the cross-departmental knowledge they need to optimize taxpayer spend as well as public services. Whether you’re running a local utility or delivering fuel from the source, Nespra equipment helps keep you connected to your assets to facilitate:

Tank and pipeline monitoring

Automated meter reading

Dynamic demand response

Environmental monitoring

Emergency alerts