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Smart cities

A small but prominent part of the world's smart cities are new cities designed from the ground up as smart cities. The establishment of a smart city from its foundation allows its planners to build infrastructures that will support planning, smart public buildings and even define building standards that will support the idea of the smart city in its local definition. In contrast, most existing cities that become smart do so through a process of urban renewal that adopts smart city principles during the renewal.

Cau Giay Park in Ha Noi, Vietnam
Is your park smart or stupid?​

When we offer advanced systems that turn industrial parks into smart, advanced, technological parks, we see the following benefits:

​ The smart parks of the future will be characterized by full computer control of all systems. The possibilities are endless: optimizing on a daily basis


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Inside the Subway Station
Heads of chapters for metro infrastructure for smart cities

The best and highest quality infrastructure for smart city applications and technological security systems. The metro network is a digital platform that unifies all the systems and centralizes all the city's communication services, including the security and emergency services, viewing systems linked to the Shin Bet systems (control and control) and, of course, a perfect solution for information security.

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Green Indoors
What is SHOB (municipal control and control systems) and why do we need it

The more we install communication and security systems and smart systems for urban control in the city or in the municipal area, the more the need to unify the control under one system increases. ​The number of sensors, cameras, WI FI and terminal units currently installed in authorities and cities across the country is increasing significantly from year to year, and we are already expecting situations of information overload, and the complexity of managing the authority's systems. ​ the only solution


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The metro network is structured hierarchically in the configuration of optical rings:

A core layer that exists in center sites

Main and secondary rings

Dedicated access switches for metro features
1 Bandwidths today vary between G-10G towards the core

Digital Network

The METRO network model

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Petah Tikva  


Be'er Ya'akov




Consulting and planning for the deployment of wired, optical and wireless infrastructure for cameras throughout the city, including their connection to the call center

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