Smart Cities

Smart Cities

Connected ecosystems of the future

Capitalise on your IT and OT investments

With the rapid integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies smart cities are quickly evolving into the ecosystems of the future. In their most basic context, Smart Cities are designed to allow several assets and systems to collect and share data.

Key challenges

Smart city projects tend to face challenges when they are being approached top down. This approach is appropriate when dealing with greenfield projects as everything will be designed and built with the single vision in mind. But, in reality, most smart cities will be built bottom up, iteratively and incrementally.

This is where Capula's experience can be of benefit.

Rather than trying to tackle larger challenges; like building information modelling, controlling traffic and street lighting, we focus on the smaller practical use cases such as smart buildings, waste management and smart energy.

When these smaller proof of concept “products" or "solutions” have been demonstrated and tested for success, they can then be connected up to the enterprise level smart systems using common APIs and Open Data standards.

The Smart Cities Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 22.9% from 2019 to Reach $545.7 Billion by 2027

Source: PR Newswire


Of smart cities use connected streetlights in everyday operations. Helping cities to decrease costs and become more sustainable.


Of smart cities have deployed smart water level or flood monitoring.


Of smart cities have deployed a traffic monitoring and management solution. Helping cities to monitor and manage traffic flows efficiently.

Capula can assist our clients not only with delivering these objectives, but also by providing support for future use cases and improvements.

We see the move towards a smart city infrastructure as being a gradual process, starting with specific use cases, i.e., the connected smart meter, smart lights, intelligent waste disposal and live car parking space monitoring.

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Energy management

Manage energy footprint, consumption, and usage. Intelligently manage lighting with autonomous control.

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Contribute to the building and designing of a smart city by making it more valuable, livable (less noisy, free of accidents), more connected and interconnected.

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With connected vehicles, orchestrating such massive operations while ensuring safety and operational efficiency is becoming a reality.

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Monitor and manage parking spaces, generate incremental revenue and adapt pricing models to usage trends.

How we can help

Capula have worked in many of these areas already from energy monitoring in smart buildings, to wind-farm management and control, to electric vehicle load optimisation of the grid and demand side response of energy assets.

We have also developed a number of capabilities designed around internet of things use cases which we can apply. From providing thermostat, HVAC and CHP based on historic data and linking to environmental data, to forecasting likely energy consumption for visibility and planning of electricity networks.

We see green/sustainable energy performance as a key goal, not only for smart cities, energy savings and renewable initiatives but for the general well-being of the environment and all those that share it.

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