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Projects

As a trusted advisor, Urban Integrated Solutions will help to city define their smarter city strategy, including the business case to make the solution viable. This is followed by a proof of concept and the business case and based on the results a city wide implementation.

Below are some recent projects:

 

As a trusted advisor, Urban Integrated will help a city to define their smarter city strategy, including the business case to make the solution viable. This is followed by a proof of concept and based on the results, a city-wide implementation.

Below are some of the solutions [ui!] has implemented in various cities:

 
Use of LED adaptive lights : using radar sensors to dim and brighten the light depending on traffic. Brought over 70% saving vs the traditional streetlights. Also installed a WiFi mesh for communication, environmental sensors and re-used the radar sensors to measure traffic flow. The latter two are linked to the traffic lights which, based on the urban pulse parameters will change. 

Use of LED adaptive lights : using radar sensors to dim and brighten the light depending on traffic. Brought over 70% saving vs the traditional streetlights. Also installed a WiFi mesh for communication, environmental sensors and re-used the radar sensors to measure traffic flow. The latter two are linked to the traffic lights which, based on the urban pulse parameters will change. 

Manage and optimize cross-fleet use of electric vehicles for municipal, public and corporate fleets. Fleet usage is optimized for economic efficiency in total cost of ownership. This includes route planning, real time monitoring of charging status and operational data and a mobile app to book the vehicle.

Manage and optimize cross-fleet use of electric vehicles for municipal, public and corporate fleets. Fleet usage is optimized for economic efficiency in total cost of ownership. This includes route planning, real time monitoring of charging status and operational data and a mobile app to book the vehicle.

Re-use of radar sensors from the smart streetlights, as well as traffic camera and sensor coils in the road, to provide near real time traffic information. The data was used to determine the UbanPulse and the parameters within which traffic is “normal”. When the flow approaches a threshold, it can trigger an automatic response, such as timing of traffic lights or re-route certain type of traffic etc. 

Re-use of radar sensors from the smart streetlights, as well as traffic camera and sensor coils in the road, to provide near real time traffic information. The data was used to determine the UbanPulse and the parameters within which traffic is “normal”. When the flow approaches a threshold, it can trigger an automatic response, such as timing of traffic lights or re-route certain type of traffic etc. 

Smart energy district management through smart meters and integration with the utility provider’s grid management system to achieve at least 40% primary energy savings and increase the share of renewables by at least 20%. Over 1m sq ft of the city will be retrofitted with an optimized electricity grid and solutions of district heating and cooling. UrbanPulse is used to integrate the smart meter technologies (direct and hybrid sensing solutions).

Smart energy district management through smart meters and integration with the utility provider’s grid management system to achieve at least 40% primary energy savings and increase the share of renewables by at least 20%. Over 1m sq ft of the city will be retrofitted with an optimized electricity grid and solutions of district heating and cooling. UrbanPulse is used to integrate the smart meter technologies (direct and hybrid sensing solutions).

Often combined with smart streetlights, the sensors can be configures as needed to measure : noise, temperature, Carbon dioxide (CO2), Nitro dioxide (NO2), Ozone, Hydrocarbons (VOC), Oxygen (O2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), and fine particle emissions (PN10). The values show real time by sensor (ie location) on the UrbanPulse dashboard.  

Often combined with smart streetlights, the sensors can be configures as needed to measure : noise, temperature, Carbon dioxide (CO2), Nitro dioxide (NO2), Ozone, Hydrocarbons (VOC), Oxygen (O2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), and fine particle emissions (PN10). The values show real time by sensor (ie location) on the UrbanPulse dashboard.  

Integrate the use of renewable energy (i.e. solar, wind, geo-thermal, water) with traditional grid energy to increase resilience and reduce peak loads through peer-to-peer energy sharing model. Through an on-line market place households may buy or sell excess renewable energy generated by their neighbors. While generating and consuming energy locally, the “holon” is off the main grid. 

Integrate the use of renewable energy (i.e. solar, wind, geo-thermal, water) with traditional grid energy to increase resilience and reduce peak loads through peer-to-peer energy sharing model. Through an on-line market place households may buy or sell excess renewable energy generated by their neighbors. While generating and consuming energy locally, the “holon” is off the main grid. 

Cities running UrbanPulse include:

Berlin | Cologne | Darmstadt | Innsbruck | Munich | Saarlouis | Wiesloch


smart city

Public WiFi | Environmental Sensing | Security | Adaptive Street Lighting

Adaptive Display Window Lighting |Smart Metering | Parking Spot Availably | Smart Power