Zimbabwe Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative is a social enterprise arm of Regain 37 (Pvt) Ltd is
Zimbabwean registered company, founded in 2016 being spear headed by a group of young and
patriotic Zimbabweans working international partners, both locally based and those based in the
diaspora, with the desire to make their contribution to the economic revival of Zimbabwe. With
presence in Zimbabwe, Dubai- UAE, UK, and The US.
Smart city technology...
Smart city technology is increasingly being used to improve public safety, from monitoring areas of high crime to improving emergency preparedness with sensors. For example, smart sensors can be critical components of an early warning system before droughts, floods, landslides or hurricanes.
Smart city technologies also bring efficiencies to urban manufacturing and urban farming, including job creation, energy efficiency, space management and fresher goods for consumers.
Tools of the trade..
Smart city initiatives must include the people it aims to help: its residents, businesspeople and visitors. City leaders must not only raise awareness of the benefits of the smart city technologies being implemented, but also promote the use of open, democratized data to its citizens. If people know what they are participating in and the benefits it can bring, they are more likely to engage.
In Dubai, United Arab Emirates, smart city technology is used for traffic routing, parking, infrastructure planning and transportation. The city also uses telemedicine and smart healthcare, as well as smart buildings, smart utilities, smart education and smart tourism. Smart city initiatives also aim to monitor and address environmental concerns such as climate change and air pollution.
Smart transportation system and smart bus systems are complemented by smart bus stops that provide free Wi-Fi, USB charging stations and bus schedule updates for riders. A bike-sharing program and smart parking app that includes online payment options are also available.
Sanitation can also be improved with smart technology, be it using internet-connected trash cans and IoT-enabled fleet management systems for waste collection and removal, or using sensors to measure water parameters and guarantee the quality of drinking water at the front end of the system, with proper wastewater removal and drainage at the back end.
Our main goal is to create a smart sustainable system to innovative our cities using information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, challenges and deficits.
To enable all stakeholders in the smart sustainable technologies sector to be actively engaged in the
Initiative’s programmes and projects to create technologies that will benefit them and their
community in a positive and sustainable manner whilst providing accurate data based on methodical
research practices for investment purposes.
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