The opportunity is now. How our desire to help in the fight against COVID-19 led us to the creation of a Social Distancing Monitoring System that will outlive it and become a valuable tool for cities management.
How humanity was “caught off guard” by the new Coronavirus, but the human genius responded with a “silver bullet” in record time and is now preparing an “invisible light” to actively protect us against viruses and bacteria – Miguel Allen Lima’s opinion piece published by Diário de Notícias e La República newspapers.
In an article originally published in IntelCities magazine, we showed how municipalities will be the main actors in the transition to a circular economy and how Arquiled’s Open Smart City architecture can help them pave the way to a more sustainable future.
Street Lighting and Internet of Things (IoT): moving towards a sustainable future through an open Smart City architecture
In the article we wrote for the latest issue of IntelCities – the magazine specialized in sustainable development and smart cities – we highlight the possibilities of the “perfect synergy” between Street Lighting and IoT on the path to a sustainable future.
In a opinion piece published by portuguese newspaper público, Arquiled CEO Miguel Allen Lima reveals the factors that helped the company successfull transition to remote work during the COVID-19 outbreak and says we’re heading for a “hybrid” work model combining face-to-face with a more comprehensive remote work panorama.
How a IoT solution based on street lighting can be a “very powerful weapon to fight pandemics anonymously and economically” – Miguel Allen Lima opinion piece for the newspapers Dinheiro Vivo (Portugal) and La República (Colombia).
COVID-19 disease Contingency Plan favors remote work in all functions possible and rewards workers who ensured production at the factory during the State of Emergency.
The initial goal is to close deals with a limited set of cities and develop projects to “showcase” the company and its street lighting technology. But the medium-term stategy is more ambitious.
Technical scientific cooperation protocols aim to share knowledge and promote joint research projects in the area of smart cities, urban sustainability and smart street lighting.
The company’s goal for 2020 is to be able to “close a deal with at least 3 or four cities” in that country.