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    Smart Cities: Challenges

    We help cities develop sustainability solutions to address their biggest challenges.

Address Your Challenges

Demand for Reliable Energy

Provide reliable energy to meet the demands of a 24x7 society and the wide array of IoT-enabled devices attached to the grid.

Smart Built Environment

Ensure sustainable and efficient smart buildings with available systems that can integrate within other systems. Buildings, offices, hospitals and hotels all benefit from sophisticated building solutions.

Digitization Implementation

Navigate the complexity of smart city technology to enable the implementation of digital strategies.

  • Microgrids Learn about microgrids and how distributed energy in our campuses and neighborhoods is reshaping the energy landscape.
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    Making the transition from Smart Buildings to Smart Cities. How IoT, smart buildings, and smart infrastructure are forming the foundational blocks of tomorrow’s greener, cleaner, and healthier Smart Cities. Read the blog
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    Get more from your smart gird by harnessing data Flooded by data, utilities turn to analytics in order to extract meaningful, actionable insights and maximize the value of the information collected. Learn more
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    Anglian Water partners with Schneider Electric to drive smart business future In a particularly challenging market, Anglian Water delivers continuous and sustainable services with a commitment to innovation and collaboration. Read the blog
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    Are Smart Precincts a Driver of Future Smart City Growth? Smart City implementation faces many conceptual obstacles, which can be addressed through the manageable-sized living environment of a smart precinct. Find out how