Columbus, Ohio is one of the toughest places to find parking, but Columbus city leaders want to change the traffic headache that some find when they are in the Short North.
Fybr is proud to announce being selected as one of three finalists for a smart parking pilot with the City of Columbus, Ohio. The City is testing Parking Space Availability Technology to provide accurate, real-time parking data in its ParkColumbus mobile app, powered by ParkMobile.
As climate changes and populations increase, more and more communities are challenged by increasing risk associated with flooding. The data provided from smart water management systems can change the way cities approach the issue of flooding events. The information and learning from this technology can lead to improved communications within communities, less economic impact, and enhanced public safety.
Smart parking can enhance the citizen experience by reducing the stress of searching for a place to park. It can help cities in achieving their net zero goals by reducing unnecessary carbon emissions caused from people circling city streets looking for a place to...
Learn the ways to mitigate the risks of cyber attacks by understanding what ransomware is, whether or not you should pay a ransom, and how cities can protect themselves against ransomware attacks.
By better understanding what it means to have data ownership and establishing best practices in data governance we can identify standards that can be adopted by cities everywhere. Data ownership will enable cities to focus their attention on how decisions are made and how the public is engaged.
Security is becoming one of the main areas of concern when implementing a Smart City solution. Cybersecurity is at the forefront of peoples minds as the threat of data breaches or hacked sensors becomes more apparent. A recent report by the EastWest Institute...
Fybr, the leading Smart City Platform solution provider, announced it won the CES 2019 Innovation Award for FybrLynk™.
One of the most relevant tools for those interested in Smart City technology is an apparently simple one: the parking meter. The evolution of the parking meter is an important concept to understand for cities who want to proactively approach parking issues, save time and money spent on the upkeep of traditional parking meters, and make parking more efficient.
Keeping no-parking zones available for emergency vehicles is crucial for ensuring that first responders can perform their duties in protecting citizens. As most city-dwellers know: big signs, bright colors, and strong words can only do so much to deter illegal parking.