How do you extend your reach, both locally and globally, while tightening your budget? For Edinburgh Napier University the answer is in bridging the gap between campuses, each approximately three miles apart. This case study explains how they did it.
Examples and case studies
Property managers for Atlantic Station, a mixed-use complex in midtown Atlanta, GA, wanted instant and efficient data access to the energy measurements of each structure in the complex for billing purposes. Read about the solution they chose from Spire Metering Technology.
A new generation of "smart" bedside terminals is enabling hospitals to become fully connected, accessible and integrated all the way to the point of care. Learn more in this case study from Intel.
Scientists estimate that the costs to Canadian municipalities for the treatment, eradication and replacement of trees affected by the emerald ash borer could reach 2 billion dollars over 30 years. Read how a Quebec city is using the JMap Mobile application from K2 Geospatial to inventory infected trees.
Texas State Technical College (TSTC) Waco wanted a wireless system flexible enough for the day-to-day demands of 5,000+ students and that could support any application the college might deploy in the future. Read in this case study why TSTC chose technology from Allied Telesis.
The safety of both officers and citizens depends on real-time situational awareness and immediate contact with colleagues and support personnel. Learn in this case study how Verizon worked with Charleston, S.C. to provide solutions that give their police officers the data, applications, and support they need in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Duke Energy invited Verizon Wireless to take on a major role in the Envision Charlotte project -- a rare public-private partnership dedicated to achieving up to 20% energy reduction by 2016. Read about the technologies being deployed to help reach that goal.
The Urban Software Institute, [ui!] has developed a cloud-based application that processes traffic-relevant data. The solution analyses the sensor data transmitted by traffic guidance systems at intersecting roads and makes them available in almost real time. Read this case study on results experienced in Darmstadt, Germany.
Ten years ago, Gresham, Oregon's wastewater treatment plant was the city's largest consumer of energy. Now, as you'll read in this case study from Veolia, the plant is making as much electricity as it consumes in a year.
The Brazilian municipality of Bauru takes on high maintenance costs, crash safety and energy savings all in one brilliant play. Read in this case study how installing 2,000 GE LED traffic lights made their mark on the municipality’s traffic… and, in a very substantial way, on its coffers.