One of the United States’ first 5G smart cities, Peachtree Corners, has announced that Network Optix has partnered with Curiosity Lab, integrating its Nx Go solution into the city’s “IoT Control Room”.

The first time the technology has been deployed as a full solution within the United States; the Nx Go software incorporates a wide range of devices into a singular network, aiming to simplify management and amplify data-generation capacity of infrastructure.

This marks the first time that the company’s technology has been deployed as a full solution in the US
Curiosity Lab Executive Director, Brandon Branham, said:

We’re proud to be the first city to fully integrate the Nx Go solution for transportation infrastructure in the U.S.

Our IoT Control room has been a model for how other smart cities across the world can aggregate massive amounts of data from sensors across connected infrastructure into the future – so it was only fitting that we partner with Network Optix to process and display traffic sensor data. From fixed LiDAR to traffic camera feeds delivered over the 5G network, this data is critical to city operations that ensure roadway safety for autonomous vehicles, regular drivers and pedestrians.

The software is planned to be utilised to assist Peachtree Corners’ cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) powered roadways, which feature sensors and devices implemented across various aspects of infrastructure such as traffic signal fixtures, crosswalks, building and more in order to communicate with connected vehicles in the vicinity.

Nx Go’s implementation is also expected to aid in the generation of critical traffic data, intersection analytics, car counts, lane usage and more.

 

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