To help cities and municipalities enhance multiple aspects of urban living, reduce costs, and take coordinated decisions, NNTC works with governments, vendors and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) globally to deliver a wide range of smart city solutions. These systems optimize processes and public services in the city and have a positive effect on quality of life.

Security Systems

Multiple sensors and video cameras covering city space generate enormous amount of data, which analysis help promptly identify threats and transmit information to relevant services that can quickly address issues and keep citizens safe.


Energy management systems rely on smart meters that transfer information about lights and building energy usage back to the central management system in order to efficiently allocate resources. This data can also be used to identify and address outages.

Transportation and Parking

Smart transportation system helps reduce traffic jams and flexibly manage parking space in the city. City management can use sensors to find out if parking space is available or not. This data can be sent directly to drivers via an application, thus helping them find an available parking space quicker. This information is also valuable to the city administration making decisions on parking system changes.

Environmental Conditions

City management can install sensors on lampposts to monitor environmental conditions, including temperature, noise, and air quality. This data can be used to manage accidents, identify microclimate patterns, and make predictions about vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Waste Management

City management can monitor the waste collection in different parts of the city and manage collection routes. Sensors can be placed to obtain real-time information on how full public bins are. This data allows for enhanced efficiency of trash collection routes.

Wastewater Management

Cities can manage outdoor usage and thus reduce water loss through installing sensors tracking rainfall, humidity, soil composition, topography, temperature, and sunlight. Combining this data with information about the landscape and weather forecasts enables city management to make smarter decisions on irrigation. Acquiring data on water levels in pipes can reduce the amount lost due to leakage and prevent new leaks. Water pressure can be controlled by embedding sensors in water pipes throughout the distribution network and connecting them to pump control systems.