More Industry Players Join CIMCON’s NearSky Connect Program to Expand its Smart City Solution Portfolio

Smart city system expert CIMCON introduced new technology partners to its NearSky™ Connect Partner Program. The program brings together sensor/device manufacturers and application developers to make it easier for cities to specify, procure, and deploy smart city solutions in their efforts to improve public health and safety outcomes.

Collectively, this group of partners will provide cities with actionable data on parking, sound, carbon dioxide and flood levels to optimize operations, maintenance and safety through one easy-to-use platform.

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The new partners joining NearSky Connect Program include Senix Labs, Adsum Networks, Soud Intelligence and Senva. Senix’ ultrasonic transmitters enable water monitoring with "non-contact" technology. These sensors can be applied for irrigation, stream monitoring, flood and tsunami warnings, and sea level monitoring.

Adsum Networks develops smart parking monitoring system, providing information on parking space occupancy that allows cities to efficiently manage their parking inventory, while reducing related costs and increasing parking revenue.

Furthermore, Sound Intelligence offers sound classification solutions that make security monitoring systems proactive, enabling early detection of potential incidents, swift intervention, and preventing further escalation. Sound Intelligence analytics work with products from CIMCON's existing partner Axis Communications.

Finally, Senva provides environmental sensors that make challenging installation operate more reliably, accurately and profitably. Its outdoor CO2 sensor will be used with the NearSky platform to provide information on a city's greenhouse gas concentration.

By joining the Connect Partner Program, these companies will work together with CIMCON and other NearSky Connect partners to deliver ready-to-use smart city solutions that help build a safer, healthier and more vibrant environment for citizens and businesses.

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