Field operations platform is being used to plan, deploy and maintain over 60,000 smart streetlights in order to accelerate energy savings, reduce carbon footprint and lower costs
Next-generation solution accelerates smart lighting infrastructure deployment, makes operations more efficient and establishes a global model for other cities as they upgrade their streetlights.
The Business Intelligence Group named TerraGo StreetlightOps as Product of the Year in the 2022 Sustainability Awards program.
TerraGo Technologies, a leading provider of geospatial solutions to the US Department of Defense and other leading government and commercial organizations around the world, has added their flagship product GeoPDF Publisher for ArcGIS Pro to the Esri ArcGIS Marketplace.
Already deployed with the City of Chicago and numerous leading smart cities and utilities around the globe, the TerraGo IoTOps platform was designed to rapidly deploy, monitor and manage large-scale, multi-platform IoT systems.
New extension to ArcGIS Pro, Esri’s next-generation desktop GIS, enables sharing interactive GeoPDF documents with broadest audience of end users possible.
Duke Energy executive brings a track record of industry leadership and innovation to TerraGo’s smart cities & utilities business.
Companies offer leading technology, software and services to UK Smart Lighting and Smart City markets.
DGI is Europe’s largest gathering of global defense and geospatial intelligence experts. TerraGo will demonstrate how our GeoPDF software helps unlock the value of large, complex geospatial data sets and share them as interactive, actionable GEOINT that can be utilized for any mission, by any user, in any location, on any device – even without a network connection.
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.