Smart Cities Wi-Fi Solutions

WiFi in public spaces can range from providing Internet access in public buildings such as tourist offices or libraries to a network that encompasses the entire city’s public space. The Smart City connects people, objects and sensors, providing better service to the entire population.

Smart Cities allow people free, limited, managed or chargeable access to the Internet across many public locations: train and subway stations, on the pavement, in libraries…

Wherever they may be, WiFi makes it easier to deliver information to the user, promote shopping and entertainment, and deliver better services to everyone.

Smart Cities Needs:

  • Simple connectivity for citizens and visitors
  • An architecture that can meet the needs of today, and tomorrow
  • Access that works with any device in any language
  • A personalised digital environment
  • Ability to deliver focussed marketing campaigns
  • To send information and promote local business to all connected clients in real-time
  • Provide the best tourist experience with map-guidance, shopping, entertainment and transportation information

UCOPIA Provide:

  • Easy and flexible on boarding
  • Highly flexible and scalable architecture(on-premise, cloud)
  • Target information and promotions based on user location
  • Real-time information services based on location: parking availability, traffic conditions and incidents
  • Data collection and analytics
  • Aggregate with other data sources and analyse
  • Create targeted marketing campaigns
  • Push messages in real time
  • Ensure compliancy with the law (store connection data)

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"The UCOPIA solution is good value for money, which is an important factor for a school. By far my favourite benefit is that I really don’t have to do anything. It just works. It’s freed up a lot of my time, which I can now spend on more important tasks. The customer support is great. It’s really refreshing to be able to get hold of someone straight away, who understands exactly how my network is set up and can help me immediately."

Paul Grewcock, IT Director at Ratcliffe College, Leicester, UK