Empowering public works and infrastructure organizations
Engage and connect with citizens
Modernize the government workplace
Enhance government services
Learn how you can promote citizen well-being and enhance your public works and infrastructure services
Learn about intelligent public works
Intelligent public works combines remote monitoring with predictive maintenance, field service, and citizen engagement, along with tools for analyzing and investing, to create a new standard of responsive citizen service.Watch the video
Bringing smart living to your city
Learn how city planning teams connect technological concepts to technology solutions.Download the infographic
How smart cities are putting people first in the urban world
Redesigning cities with people in mind—technology can help in ways not possible before.Read more
Sinkholes drive GIS cloud innovation at Florida Department of Environmental Protection
How to scale to meet demand for data in the case of an emergency.Read more
How AI and IoT help governments overcome public works challenges
Using artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize resource allocation equips governments with powerful, flexible budgeting tools, helps streamline financial operations, and enables public leaders to make faster, more informed decisions.Read the blog
Six ways AI and IoT are transforming government operations
Learn how investing in an intelligent, action-oriented approach to operations empowers governments to deliver on today’s expectations while also offering the flexibility and scale required to meet future challenges.Download the white paper
City of Musson
Digitally transform the inefficient processes of water meter data collection and customer invoicing to improve customer service and satisfaction.
City of Gandia
Reduction in spending of 54.39% for street lighting and public buildings.
Avoiding a snow storm disaster using IoT.
Improve communication and collaboration for over 2,500 employees and 2.8 million customers.
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer
Protect 400,000 households and 6,000 miles of pipes from leaks and spills.