Smart City Technology – Paradox Engineering launches Neptune Generation
MinebeaMitsumi’s Paradox Engineering announces new Neptune generation of their PE Smart Urban Network solution. This new solution provides an interoperable, scalable management platform to fully control streetlights, parking facilities, sensor-based applications and other urban services in an Open City perspective.
The Neptune generation enhances PE Smart Urban Network’s flexibility and interoperability. It enables Open Cities to design and implement a non-proprietary infrastructure to manage multiple services at once, allowing seamless integration of third party systems and devices. Moreover, the Neptune generation offers city managers higher efficiency and greater quality in operating key urban services, with improved decision making and quicker return on investment. Leveraging data generated by connected objects and sensors, city managers can reduce power consumption and GHG emissions of streetlights up to 80%, increase parking facilities usage and reduce traffic congestion up to 30%, make cities more agreeable, livable and safer, while fostering local economy throughout the development and delivery of new applications and services.
Paradox Engineering was established in 2005 in Switzerland as a telecommunication company, serving the industrial data transportation market. The company has been designing and engineering pioneering technologies implementing unique interoperable and highly scalable network infrastructures for industrial and urban applications. Paradox Engineering became a MinebeaMitsumi company in 2015, and their new technology products for smart cities are available in the United States through NMB Technologies Corporation.
For more information on the smart cities technologies of Paradox Engineering, please visit: https://www.pdxeng.ch/
For information on Paradox Engineering technologies in the US, please contact NMB Technologies Corporation directly.