With growing populations and rapid urbanization, cities and communities around the world are grappling with increasingly difficult challenges.
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City officials don’t succeed by buying technology, but rather by enhancing the livability in their cities, improving the quality of air, reducing fatalities, improving traffic and so on. And this is what we do for them. We don’t deliver technologies, we deliver outcomes.Amr Salem, Quantela CEO
Real Communities. Real Challenges. Real Solutions.
The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) needed to replace its 35,000 legacy streetlights with smart streetlights aiming to reduce costs and increase operational efficiency and public safety.
Using the Quantela LightingGale Central Management System (CMS) to control the 35,000 streetlights and Quantela Street Light Controllers (SLC’s) as the basis of the project.
Increased operational efficiencies, Reduced energy costs by up to 30%, and improved maintenance efficiency and public safety.
The Himachal Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority intended to plan and implement a holistic approach to enhancing the state’s preparedness and response to disasters.
The Incident Management and Reporting System powered by Quantela’s platform integrates various preparedness elements, resources inventory, and geo-spatial maps and allow prompt response to real-time incidents through updates from SOP and Field Officer Mobile App for tracking different tasks.
Increased operational efficiencies. Reduction in manual processes. Reduced response time. Effective decision-making.
The National Health Mission in Assam (NHM Assam) goal was to implement a robust system for data management and analytics for Covid-19 processes. A single solution that enables NHM Assam to collate, analyze and archive data across administrative divisions, healthcare facilities, laboratories, etc.
Quantela introduced the Coronavirus Emergency Response (CoVER) platform, an Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC) for Crisis Management. The solution enabled NHM Assam to aggregate data from multiple sources, store it, analyze it, and take appropriate decisions.
Efficient control of positive cases and increased recovery rate. Increased efficiency in healthcare resources management.
The city's initial goal was to provide downtown retailers with greater insight into the quantity and timing of foot traffic during events so that they could staff and promote accordingly. Its long-term goal is to enable the city management team to view a broad scope of activities (e.g. traffic, parking, crowds, etc.) across the city through a touchscreen.
To date, Quantela has implemented its people counting, parking, and traffic management solutions providing data and predictive analytics through its comprehensive dashboard. In addition, it has installed intelligent streetlight controls to provide the appropriate amount of lighting needed during high traffic times, while conserving energy during off-peak hours.
Improved opportunities for retailers through effective people counting and effective parking and traffic management. Improved public safety through effective streetlight management.
To ensure the safety of over 150 million participating in the world’s largest religious pilgrimage.
Built on Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) platform, Quantela implemented and managed 1100 connected cameras to provide AI-based video from over 250 vantage points; and 30+ high speed cameras to provide real-time crowd monitoring at key bathing ghats (places).
Public safety through effective crowd management, location of missing children, and identification of potential criminal activity; Waste Management.
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At the start of COVID, the “digital divide” that existed in the city became very apparent with many households lacking the WiFi access necessary to allow their children to participate in remote school activities. The city needed to provide support; however, it lacked the funds.
Quantela worked with the City to initially implement and centrally monitor 10 Public WiFi access points across eight Federal Opportunity zones, with the long-term goal of implementing 160 access points along with revenue-generating digital advertising kiosks to help fund the project.
Given the positive impact these solutions had on citizens and businesses, the City received $40 million in investments and a $500,000 grant post deployment along with sustainable revenue generation to be reinvested in the community to further improve quality of life and learning for school children.