Bright Innovations leading the way with smart city technology and support of Mayfair 101
Updated: Nov 28, 2019
"Smart Cities" have the potential to improve urban life in many ways, such as audio sensors that can detect a gunshot or scream, and immediately notify police and sound alarms.
Bright Innovations CEO Rami Mirsky says traffic data can also be collected and applied to improve flows during peak hour - and the company will make its platform open to other smart city app developers.
James Mawhinney, the managing director of Mayfair 101, says Bright Innovation's success in winning projects in Singapore and Melbourne shows strong demand for the technology, and as an investor he's excited by the scalability of the model.