States take control with Ubicquia

Smart cities and connectivity platforms distributed by EPI and MAG in Florida and Carolinas
UTC / September 30, 2022
By Adam Hill
Congestion reduction smart cities climate crisis air pollution (© ITS International)
Ubicquia's platforms can provide insights into vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic patterns (© ITS International)

Ubicquia's streetlight-mounted smart city, connectivity and traffic management platforms will be distributed in three US states under a new agreement.

Eco Partnering Innovations (EPI) will represent the company in Florida and Miller Alliance Group (MAG) will fulfil the role in the Carolinas. 

Ubicquia's products include UbiCell, which enables smart streetlight control; UbiMetro, a streetlight small cell that accelerates 4G and 5G network deployments; and UbiHub, which delivers high speed wireless internet access and street level video and audio intelligence.

Meanwhile UbiSmart AQM+ monitors a city’s air quality index, noise levels and environmental data.

The UbiHub AP/AI video monitoring and analytics platform provides insights into vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic patterns.

The firm says that, combined with edge AI, the UbiVu management console provides data to help agencies reduce congestion, improve safety, and better allocate resources to ensure better managed traffic and parking.

Lori Miller, MAG principal-owner, says: “From streetlights to infrastructure, the innovative and intelligent suite of products from Ubicquia will help make communities safer, provide agencies with traffic safety insight, and repurpose existing infrastructure, saving money, and bringing projects to fruition faster by reducing implementation time.”

Stephanie Hoback, principal/owner of EPI, says: “Ubicquia's smart city solutions are NEMA socket-compliant and compatible with more than 360 million streetlights globally allowing transportation professionals the ability to leverage existing infrastructure in a way that has never been done adding vision and insight for safety and efficiency using advanced intelligence.” 

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