Shaping Smart Cities with world leading technology

Through our vendor agnostic approach and integrated multi-application network services, we are able to source technologies from a wide and continuously expanding array of industry leading partners, to customise a solution and deliver outcomes that are best suited to your needs.

How your city’s technology stacks up

Technologies cover all layers in the IoT architecture from smart devices and sensors to connectivity solutions, data platforms and software applications.


A key component of solutions for smart and connected cities is often a wireless field communication network.

While we will work with you to identify and source the most suitable networking technology for your specific requirements, we have extensive experience and solutions for the following domains.


With an estimated 85M+ RF mesh-based endpoints worldwide, Wi-SUN is one of the most widely deployed IoT technologies in the world.

Based on open standards, Wi-SUN wireless networking technology has star and mesh coverage, reliable performance level and supports interoperable standards-based wireless communication, making it a very compelling choice.

Wi-SUN delivers a networking platform for multi-vendor interoperable solutions for a broad variety of applications including street lighting, parking systems and traffic management and offers one of the most robust security capabilities compared to other wireless networking technologies.


LoRa is a long range, low power wireless platform and LoRaWAN is a protocol specification built on top of the LoRa technology.

LoRa Technology offers a very compelling mix of long range, low power consumption and secure data transmission. Public and private networks using this technology can provide coverage that is greater in range compared to that of existing cellular networks. It is easy to plug into the existing infrastructure and offer a solution to serve battery-operated IoT applications. This wireless RF technology is being integrated into cars, street lights, manufacturing equipment, home appliances, wearable devices – anything, really. LoRa Technology is making our world a Smart Planet.


ZigBee 3.0 is a suite of high-level communication protocols that enable communication and interoperability among devices for connected lighting, energy efficiency, and other applications.

Zigbee supports several network topologies and structures that provide fail-safe performance for a range of smart city scenarios and allow for a number of end point devices to communicate with the central controller.

This ability is s also perfectly suited for controlling devices remotely such as a lighting system, appliances, heating and cooling systems, safety equipment operations and surveillance. Zigbee applications include remote operations in smart metering include energy consumption response, pricing support and security over power and the


Narrow Band-Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is a standards-based low power wide area (LPWA) technology developed to enable a wide range of new IoT devices and services.

NB-IoT significantly improves the power consumption of user devices, system capacity and spectrum efficiency, especially in deep coverage.

NB-IoT enables a wide range of cellular devices and services including efficient communication, long battery life for mass distributed devices and lower costs for wide geographical footprints or deep within urban infrastructure. Telecommunication giants such as Huawei, Ericsson, Qualcomm, and Vodafone are actively involved in putting this standard together