For a community to be genuinely smart, the components that make it smart need to work together
Technologies and components that make cities, campuses, and communities smart are usually developed over time and by different providers at different stages. While this is fits nicely with funding and construction cycles, it usually results in technologies that don’t work together as well as they could because the stages are completed individually.
This leads to limited functionality and often expensive re-work after delivery. We have found that by taking the time to develop an overall implementation plan that fits between the high-level vision and the detailed construction plan, much better service and technology integration can be achieved along with superior smart functionality outcomes.
The resulting cost savings are more than offset the cost of the technology implementation planning process delivering a much better overall outcome.