Our suite of intelligent Citysage solutions watch, analyze, and report from remote locations so that organizations can manage sites effectively. Some of these reports, like those on tide water levels, can be combined and validated against external data sources to create forecast models. When alert conditions are reached, our smart systems can give organizations a timely heads up by sending email and/or phone alerts.
Outdoor benches are a central part of an urban identity. By having well placed benches, the city invites people out onto the street.
Alabama generally, and northern Alabama in particular, offers bang for the cost-of-living buck, as well as lots of opportunity, for the tech worker.
Like the sense organs of animals, how sensors are adapted depends on the niche in which they are meant to work.
It makes perfect sense that the R-7576 decorative bollards are our top sellers in Quebec. These architectural bollards feature decorative annular rings for added texture and elegance.
The world is increasingly urban. The UN’s World Cities Day promotes discussion and action around sustainable city life.
Municipalities often are where big ideas translate into practical action—the city street is where the rubber hits the road.
Industrial bike racks can be installed in-ground, under concrete, making them undefeatable by bike thieves.
For tech workers with remote work flexibility, there’s no need to be in a pricey location like the (San Francisco) Bay area.
Planting Cherry Blossoms as city trees in your community add life and love to your streets, but how do you properly care for them?
When choosing how to protect trees on sidewalks, boulevards, and plazas you have a choice: tree pits vs tree grates. Which should you choose? Which is easier to maintain?
Fabrication is all about taking a raw piece of material and making it into something functional. It’s the building of some sort of structure with metal, usually steel to make something usable that will last a long time.
Pre-pandemic, we used to see fast food trash overflowing from city trash bins. Now, it seems that used masks and gloves are strewn everywhere. It’s much worse than a couple of used french fry wrappers.
A park bench may be the place for a first kiss or to stop and watch a vibrant sunset. Either way, it is a welcome seat that encourages people to step outside.
Traditional municipal castings can be transformed into internet-of-things (IoT) devices. A smart manhole, trash bin, or bollard watches its environment and reports. Is trash piling up? Is the storm sewer overflowing? Are construction sites active after hours?
Urban tree canopy is of increasing importance in cities all over the world. As climate events become more common, trees help moderate their effect. They clean and cool air, manage water, prevent erosion, and manage the urban heat sink.
Storm drain grates are responsible for creating safety to the street users above. When choosing the right grate, there are several issues to consider.
Drivers distracted by texting are a recent but very large danger on the roads.
Solar bollards are less expensive to install, as they do not require trenching. Their standalone nature promises to keep the lights on
Tenji is the word for a Japanese system of braille. Tenji block could therefore be translated as “braille block.” These embedded plates allow people to read the environment