Borzillo, formerly the Vice President of Smart Cities for Itron, Inc (NASDAQ:ITRI) and a partner in several startups, brings to TerraGo over thirty years of experience in managing utility technology solutions. Bob served as a representative on the Smart Cities Council and has been a frequent speaker at global smart cities events. Bob started his career at PECO Energy, a subsidiary of Exelon (NASDAQ:EXC), where he held several IT leadership positions.
The news from Itron says it all... and we couldn’t be happier to launch this global partnership to help communities deploy and manage Itron’s intelligent street lighting solution.
TerraGo’s smart cities and utilities projects involve deploying millions of geographically-dispersed IoT smart devices spanning the utility and telecommunications infrastructure, including smart streetlight nodes, small cell antennas, traffic cameras, noise sensors and more.
We're hitting the road this fall and would like to invite you to come see us at the events we're presenting at to learn more about our innovative, award-winning software technologies for the Smart Cities and Utilities market. All stops will include live product demonstrations and technology expert discussions showcasing our field-proven, award-winning TerraGo Streetlights application. Visit us and learn how you can manage inventory, accelerate installs, automate commissioning, complete projects faster and lower your maintenance costs.
TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS® Version 7.6 is now available for download. This release includes support for Esri® ArcGIS 10.7, advanced layer configuration, support for Web Map Tiles Service (WMTS) layers, performance optimization, and customer-related fixes. As a leader and innovator in geospatial collaboration technology, TerraGo is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest enhancements from … Continue reading TerraGo Releases TerraGo Publisher Version 7.6
Itron’s Smart City Challenge invited IoT solution providers to compete in developing breakthrough solutions to address specific challenges defined by Glasgow and London. TerraGo submitted two different proposals and prototypes; both were named finalists in the competition. As one of the world’s top sporting cities and a major destination for conferences and concerts, the City … Continue reading TerraGo Named Finalist in Itron Smart Cities Challenge
As the GEOINT Community expands beyond traditional defense and intelligence arenas, so do innovations that marry geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) technology with the Internet of Things (IoT) and cybersecurity to create smart cities and smart military bases. A National League of Cities report, “Trends in Smart City Development,” defined a smart city as “one that has … Continue reading Trajectory Magazine: Bridging GEOINT and IoT for Secure Smart Cities
Today’s smart cities (& military bases) are embracing fully connected networks that use data from IoT sensors to optimize energy efficiency, security, traffic, infrastructure, emergency response and more. But the headlines keep coming. Our smart grid networks are constantly under attack. Russian hackers infiltrated utility control rooms. Cyber criminals took control of DC surveillance cameras. … Continue reading IoT Cyber Security for the Smart City (& Smart Base)
The new maintenance features in TerraGo Streetlights puts powerful new tools at the fingertips of the workers that need it most. Instead of flying blind, doing a glove test or running through a series of manual procedures, workers can now use an app to quickly and safely resolve outages and issues. A growing number of … Continue reading Keep your Lights On
After decades of pencil-and-paper pipeline tracking, the petroleum industry can save time and money and reduce risk by joining the mobile revolution and embracing Smart Energy applications, according to a recent guest article in Pipeline & Gas Journal. Lance Fugate, Vice President of Operations with Calgary-based TerraGo partner Enmapp Pipeline Data, writes that his company’s … Continue reading Pipeline & Gas Journal: Smart Energy Applications Take Pipeline Data to the Cloud