Clovity Brings Its End-to-End CSensorNet IoT Platform to the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program
Silicon Valley-based Smart City IoT Platform Provider, Clovity, joins the Qualcomm® Smart Cities Accelerator Program to Provide Cities, Schools and Campuses Across the US with Connected Solutions for Safety, Health, Infrastructure, and seamlessly communicate positive outcomes for a next-generation campus
Schools and academic institutions across America are in charge of our most precious resource, our children. When it comes to technology, today’s university faculty and students often embrace smarter solutions faster than the pace of which they study and work. Digitally savvy, they are accustomed to a world where their homes, banks, retail stores and even their sport teams offer a seamless connectivity that is as much about the experience than it is about the capabilities that connectivity provides.
Using technologies that enable frictionless, touchless, and intuitive experiences that are driven by a digitally connected community, these smart campuses seize true transformation to provide the level of service their digitally native student body and faculty have come to expect. It is for this reason Clovity has joined the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program from Qualcomm Technologies to bring Smart Solutions to schools, campuses, and cities across the United States.
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Clovity, creator of the CSensorNet Smart City Platform and IoT professional services company, has joined the Qualcomm Smart City Accelerator Program to deliver IoT projects with Clovity’s end-to-end IoT platform. Clovity’s CSensorNet IoT platform is capable of enabling a ‘Digital Student’ by connecting to buildings, facilities and e-commerce, as well as enabling ‘Smart Classrooms’ with connected devices within the classroom to foster interactive learning and development. Additionally, Clovity’s platform will further promote ‘Smart Administration’ enabling a higher level of facility administration, student engagement, logistics and housing safety. Whether it is coordinating traffic, parking or automated lighting for infrastructure cost savings, Clovity provides the ability for academic institutions and cities to be everywhere at once, react, and personalize experiences in seconds.
Qualcomm Technologies launched its Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program last April with a focus on supporting or facilitating Smart City initiatives and acting as a liaison between private and public entities. By bringing together cities, municipalities, and government entities with technology providers offering cutting-edge IoT solutions that utilize Qualcomm Technologies’ tech, the program strives to accelerate technological adoption that growing cities need to thrive. Through the program, hardware, software, cloud, and system integrator companies can improve implementation times, increase business opportunities, and create truly intelligent as well as connected cities. The program includes hardware, software, cloud, and system integrator companies that can positively affect towns and cities through the utilization of emerging technologies like IoT.
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Through a collaboration with Clovity and Microsoft, the benefits for Schools and Campuses will include connected fire alarms, BLE panic buttons, connected lighting, smart locks, smart video surveillance, intrusion detection, real time location, mass notifications, air quality monitoring and digital alerts to name a few.
Sanjeet Pandit, Senior Director of Business Development and Head of Smart Cities, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., said, “Clovity is fast becoming a leader of innovative smart city and IoT solutions. The Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program provides a central hub for smart cities solutions across regions and verticals, and we are pleased to see Clovity participate as a leading solution provider and system integrator in our program.”
“Being a part of the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program is another opportunity to further expand and prove that Clovity’s IoT platform has the scale and capability to help the world’s cities become strategically connected”, said Chris Medina, Chief Strategy Officer at Clovity. “I could see no better way than partnering with a giant in the connected industry and teaming up to focus on the well-being of our students and school administrators towards the future of a connected world.”