CIVIQ – an industry-leader with a proven track record of smart city innovation – today joins hundreds of city leaders at Smart Cities Week in Washington, DC. Located at Booth 20 the event, CIVIQ will demonstrate its advanced smart city network that is setting a new standard for urban infrastructure.
“We are honored to be a member of the Smart Cities Council and to join many of our partners at Smart Cities Week,” said Gerry Burns, president at CIVIQ. “As cities and other communities race to become digitally connected, CIVIQ is proud to provide a new model of engagement, designed to connect people to places, services and experiences across a community. Our street-level solutions make communities more responsive to the needs of all who live, work, and visit a city.”
CIVIQ supports communities innovating for safer, more sustainable and more livable cities. Through interactive displays and a connected digital experience, CIVIQ provides free high-speed Wi-Fi for easy access to communications networks, timely transportation schedules and updates to streamline public transit, and emergency alerts to enhance safety and security throughout the community.
CIVIQ’s partnership with Smart Cities Week builds on the company’s 2017 milestones, including recent partnerships announced in Israel and Australia. Last month, CIVIQ also brought its state-of-the-art urban technology to the center of Bexar County, installing WayPoint technology to help the County better connect and communicate to all who live, work, and visit the San Antonio area. Earlier this year, CIVIQ unveiled the new Miami-Dade County WayPoint at Government Center in Miami, marking the launch of the world’s first advanced smart city network. CIVIQ is the only company with a growing record of over 2,000 units deployed in 13 global cities and used by more than 2 million people every day.
To learn more about the CIVIQ Experience, visit: www.CIVIQSmartscapes.com.