Comcast Smart Solutions

Comcast Smart Solutions has expanded collaborations touching on smart buildings, video analytics, smart mobility, digital signage, smart lighting, and smart public works.

The company points to two organizations with which it now is working:

Hopeworks, a non-profit “social enterprise” with a presence in Camden, NJ and Philadelphia, is partnering with Comcast Smart Solutions and Logical Buildings. It is deploying Comcast access points, smart thermostats and leak detection sensors. Hopeworks is using Logical Buildings’ SmartKit AI toolkit, which is based on Comcast’s MachineQ device-to-cloud platform, to deliver real-time energy visualization and management.

The City of College Park, which is near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, is working with Comcast Smart Solutions on smart waste bin sensors and public Wi-Fi. The city is collaborating with Eagle Eye Networks – which uses Comcast Wi-Fi – to use video analytics solutions to analyze vehicle traffic patterns, speed and congestion and to monitor pedestrian safety.

“There is incredible potential for smart technology to unlock new efficiencies for businesses and municipalities, and we look forward to continuing to simplify the smart technology journey for our customers,” Mike Slovin, Comcast Smart Solutions’ Vice President and General Manager, said in a press release. “With our growing roster of technology solutions and the power of Comcast’s breadth of connectivity options, we can help create customized solutions that empower our clients to operate their communities and businesses at their best.”

Comcast Home Solutions advises, helps design, deploys and supports holistic smart technology ecosystems. It launched last April, and now is partnering with Quantela, Creative Realities, Umojo, Conservation Labs, Eagle Eye Networks, Juganu, Logical Buildings, MachineQ, netPark and SmartEnds.

Comcast’s endeavors in the smart technology area predate the founding of Comcast Smart Solutions. In March 2022, the Comcast company Notion said that it would off a do-it-yourself smart monitoring system through a Nationwide smart home program.

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