Broadband connectivity for smart ports

With the continued growth of maritime trade and container volumes, port operators would like to become more efficient, improve productivity and cut costs. Incorporating automated operational processes at the port is a preferred solution to address future growth challenges.

Enabling a Smart & fully-automated Port

To operate in-motion, battery-operated vehicles (e.g., AGVs), communications between vehicles and the port operation center as well as vehicles and their environment, should run on a reliable wireless network.

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The coexistence of broadband and narrowband in smart cities

With the rise of smart cities, more smart devices are being deployed across cities worldwide. Typically initiated by installing advanced cameras for public safety and traffic monitoring, smart city projects usually end up with a range of deployed Internet-of-Things (IoT) sensors.

Have your cake and eat it - TWICE!

Contrary to the title, this blog is not about food. It's actually about trade-offs. In life, we are often faced with decisions where trade-offs are involved - choosing one thing at the expense of something else. But no more!

You can’t call it SMART yet!

Over the years we have witnessed great progress as governmental authorities and their leaders aspire to establish a safe environment that will positively impact economic growth and make their city a preferred hub for tourists, investors and residents.

Overcoming the 3.5GHz spectrum bottleneck for Broadband services

3.5GHz as a licensed band, enables operators to offer SLA service and a committed information rate (CIR) - guaranteeing downlink and uplink speeds to their business customers. But the main challenge of the 3.5GHz band is the small amount of spectrum available

It doesn’t have to be laborious or expensive to make cities safer

As urban populations grow, public safety and security are becoming key concerns for governments and municipalities, who are proactively seeking more effective ways to prevent crime, deter anti-social behavior and enhance safety.

The smart way to reduce CCTV site costs

Municipalities worldwide are launching smart city initiatives to reduce crime levels and improve public safety by deploying citywide video surveillance systems. Smart-Node makes video surveillance deployments a whole lot easier, while significantly reducing surveillance site costs.