AT&T Smart Cities Moves Into Infrastructure Safety With New Monitoring System
AT&T Inc. is ready to deliver Smarts Cities technology that can remotely monitor structural and environmental factors affecting the safety of roadways and infrastructure that are aging or in disrepair.
“Safety is a top concern of citizens and cities alike,” said Mike Zeto, general manager of AT&T Smart Cities, in a statement. “This concern extends beyond the realm of crime and natural disasters. It also includes the safety of infrastructure.”
It’s no secret that infrastructure, roadways, and bridges in the U.S. a growing old and sometimes ill-maintained.
Roughly half of U.S. bridges are more than 50 years old, according to the 2017 Infrastructure Report Card of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Read the full article here.
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