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Miami-Dade tapped to host AT&T's first smart cities ops center

Posted on January 11, 2017

MIAMI — Miami-Dade County is the first municipality to launch an AT&T Smart Cities Operation Center pilot program, which aims to give governments visibility into their communities’ conditions from one location and in near-real time, reports the Miami Herald.

In Miami-Dade, AT&T is working to apply solutions that address intelligent lighting and smart transportation as part of its Smart Cities initiative. In collaboration with its alliance member Hitachi, AT&T will be deploying public safety solutions, including remote monitoring and more efficient operations solutions for police and public safety officials; upgrades to the county’s existing lighting infrastructure with smart LED lighting; reliable data to help inform decision making around urban transportation planning; and a traffic intersection network solution to help improve traffic flow. For the full story, click here.

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