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Smart City Applications

Sensor-Online smart city network with LoRaWAN radio access and LTE-IoT integration and ready to deploy applications with hardware, city managers and operators can deploy smart city applications as integral part of their grand smart city strategy.  With Sensor-Online smart city applications and network, cities can cover more than 50% of entire smart city applications portfolio.

Digital transformation using IOT technologies

Digital transformation does not only affect industry and business – the entire society and all areas of life are changing due to new digital technologies. In the course of these developments, the areas and companies whose task it is to create infrastructures are taking on a special position: public utilities, municipalities, and energy suppliers. Become the motor of digitalization with innovation technologies such as the Internet of Things!  The road to the Smart City leads via public utilities and municipalities. The operation of digital infrastructures still challenges many municipal utilities. The Internet of Things is your chance to become an innovation and competence leader for digitalization in your community. In an initial proof of concept, IoT projects are created that initially optimize your own processes in the municipal utility. The IoT roll-outs of municipal utilities reveal the added value of IoT: building new business fields and increasing the quality of life in cities, towns, and in rural areas.


Take advantage of Sigfox’s reliable and secure network to connect your operations citywide. From air quality monitoring to connected fire hydrants to smart bins, to… Cities, large and small, can experience and deploy leaner, more cost-effective enabled IoT solutions with a strong return on investment.


  • Real-time monitoring: IoT sensors can be used to monitor various parameters in a smart city in real time, allowing for quick identification and correction of problems.

  • Traffic management: IoT sensors can be used to monitor traffic flow, helping to optimize traffic signals and reduce congestion.

  • Environmental monitoring: IoT sensors can be used to monitor air and water quality, helping to identify and address pollution issues.

  • Public safety: IoT sensors can be used to monitor public safety and crime, helping to keep citizens safe and reduce crime.

  • Energy management: IoT sensors can be used to monitor and optimize energy consumption in smart cities, reducing costs and improving sustainability.

  • Smart Lighting: IoT sensors can be used to control and optimize street lighting, reducing energy consumption and costs.

  • Smart waste management: IoT sensors can be used to track and monitor waste collection, optimizing routes and reducing costs.

  • Intelligent Transportation System (ITS): IoT sensors can be used to improve public transportation, such as bus and train schedules, real-time tracking, and route optimization.

  • Emergency response: IoT sensors can be used to monitor and respond to emergency situations, such as natural disasters or terrorist attacks.

  • Smart parking: IoT sensors can be used to monitor the availability of parking spaces, helping to reduce congestion and improve the parking experience for citizens.

Locating available parking spots in real time

with simple-to-install ground sensors

Improved bike-sharing services

with low-cost geolocation and battery-level alerts

Ensuring public defibrillators are in order

The battery is working and sends alerts to emergency services when in use

Increase the monitoring of air quality and urban heat island effect

to obtain more data points to review and improve the liveability of your city

Optimized collection routes of smart bins

reducing your costs and improving the image of your city in the process.

Fire hydrants: monitoring potential issues

IoT sensors can detect leaks, pressure, and temperature below 0C

Monitoring of water facilities and floods

to help maintenance crew efficiency and prevent overflows

Monitor soil moisture of public gardens, sportsfields, and trees

optimizing water usage and labor cost

Monitoring and maintaining street lighting networks

remotely control light intensity and predictive maintenance

Insights into the integrity of engineering structures

Monitor cracks, extensions, or strain gauges to better predict and plan improvements