Smart Cities Solution - Overview:

anyCOMM is delivering something new to cities
After 9 years of intense development and city trials, the "Smart City" is finally here. anyCOMM is now delivering a solution that was never possible before by putting the most advanced class of wireless processors at the top of every streetlight. We have solved the complex problem of being able to connect thousands of devices together and form a single seamless/integrated network. With our unique intellectual property, anything is possible.

At the core of our solution is a custom next generation router (with our IP inside) that is placed on the existing photocell socket in dense urban environments. By deploying these devices across an entire city, a new high-speed (up to 10Gbps) wireless meshed networking platform can be created that can evolve without the need to constantly change hardware.

anyCOMM is deploying the ability to digitize the real world, capturing the present and providing the inputs/vision for predictive analytics. We are an open platform of sensors...

A wireless Node with the most advanced set of features:

A new citywide high capacity/high speed WiFi network without anyone else on it
- this could be used for private city data
- it could also be offered to the public
- it could generate revenue, carrying commercial data
- it can handle cellular offloading to WiFi
- it can create citywide WiFi hotspots everywhere

A vehicle to infrastructure platform
- to intelligently connect cars, trucks, busses, scooters, bicycles & pedestrians
- it provides non line-of-sight sensing
- for path planning info and a higher level of predictability
- it paves the road to tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles

A public safety emergency video monitoring system
- each device has 4 UHD video cameras that can be enabled in an emergency
- they record internally for 30 days (just like an ATM cash machine)
- if there is an event, the city has access to the data (ex: video & audio)

An emergency alert system
- each device has 12 high-intensity full color notification LEDs
- they can flash different colors to let the public know emergency paths to follow
- these can be tied to city resources such as earthquake or weather routes

A utility company smart meter
- placed on each streetlight, it can be used for actual billing of power consumption
- each device can also act as a sub-meter and can monitor other equipment
   -- these could be EV charging stations, parking meters or even holiday lights
   -- there is an opportunity to generate revenue by selling that meter data

A cellular to WiFi handoff telephone device
- each device can offload larger cell towers to handle nearby phone calls
- deployed on every streetlight they form a local grid to provide excellent coverage
- this is another opportunity to generate revenue from the cell providers

An audio messaging system
- each device has an HD audio output
- it can stream audio from any remote location
- this could be used for emergency services (ex: police public address)
- it can generate revenue by streaming commercial services to downtown areas

Download a copy of our Node specs (click to open)

Download our presentation given to AZ State & Yuma Local officials Aug 18 (click to open)

Watch a video that highlights our features: (prepared for CES)

A video about Qualcomm Vehicle to Infrastructure technology inside our next gen node:

A video that shows the installation process and a node in LA afterwards: (big download...)

Street view of Nodes post installation:

Greater LA & SF Area - Photos (installed April/May 2018)
Once the Nodes are installed at the very top of the streetlight, they become nearly invisible. They take over the photocell function of turning the lights on and off every day. By deploying them on every pole, a new citywide WiFi mesh network is created allowing the reality of a "Smart City" to truly happen.

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What the Nodes see:

Strong public saftey features
Local video out of all four cameras in each node can be recorded in a loop just like a DVR and stored internally for about 28 days. Think of it like a trash bin on your computer. The oldest information is discarded on a daily basis. In an emergency (if city policy is in place), live video can be sent to police, fire or other critical city services. The capability exists (again, if city policy is in place) to also look back in time before the emergency happened.

- the view from a node in downtown LA

- a node at Venice Beach

- a node in the Los Angeles National Forest - fire monitoring

Software tools and managed services:

Central Monitoring System - Browser Based
anyCOMM offers a variety of tools and services to make the management of this solution easy. All Nodes auto-provision without the need for any setup or advanced configuration. When they are twisted into the photocell socket on the streetlight (5 second install), the Nodes automatically form a network and "check-in". We offer an extensive set of APIs to integrate into other systems and will customize the solution based on a customer's needs.

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