Connectivity & Data
Governance and Citizen
Energy & Environment
As city populations continue to grow, the smart city movement is helping cities better manage their resources and harness new technologies to create a more liveable, sustainable and economically vibrant urban landscape and improve the lives of citizens that live there.
This Company Spotlight looks at Itron’s Active Network; a communications infrastructure that encompasses water, electricity and gas, and how it provides the foundation for a broadening menu of smart city applications.
The Active Network must support both the requirements that are clear today and the innovative aspirations of tomorrow, providing cities everywhere with both a roadmap and a road to becoming smart.
SmartCitiesWorld looks at how utility companies are getting involved in smart city solutions across the world.
Download this document to find out:
• What the Active Network is.
• How the Active Network can benefit all those connected with utility services within a city.
• How Itron’s platform is facilitating progress in smart cities.
• Learn about Urbanova, the smart city initiative in Spokane, Washington.