City officials worked with Rubicon to add cameras and telematics devices to public works vehicles. Eight of the city's 16 street sweepers use high-definition cameras and GPS tracking to evaluate operational efficiency on each route. Colorado Springs equipped 44 of its 131-vehicle snowplow fleet with devices that track everything from engine performance to active plowing time. The six-month pilot produces data for improved vehicle maintenance and assignments.
Colorado Springs, CO
Municipality in Colorado
United States of America
Smart street sweeper and snowplow pilot project | Colorado Springs
The City of Colorado Springs Office of Innovation, in partnership with the City’s Fleet Division and Public Works Department, are launching a 6 month pilot with Rubicon Global, LLC, a technology company specializing in SaaS products for waste, recycling, and smart city solutions. The pilot will consist of installing high-definition cameras and advanced telematics devices in 8 City street sweepers and telematics in 44 of the City’s snowplows. The pilot project will allow the City to test new technologies and utilize data to enhance operations.
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