Digital Signage X®

The Challenge of Smart City Safety

Bold new thinking in product development helps smart cities of the future stay safe.

In times of civil unrest, public safety becomes a difficult challenge for city administrators and first responders alike. If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that a burgeoning populace can be volatile depending on political, social or ecological conditions. This year we saw rallies and protests, riots and looting. Many injuries of both first responders and civilians were the result. In turbulent times, smart city planners need smart devices to assist them with public health and safety. Such devices are happily already here.

Public Safety

There are today 6 ways smart cities can protect public safety, most of them already widely used. Smart video and audio surveillance, remote-controlled street lighting, body cameras for first responders, biometric monitoring, predictive policing and emergency weather alert systems.

One company, however, has pushed this available technology forward dramatically. KRAKEM LLC has developed a stand-alone, weatherproof device that combines the capabilities of all these things in one budget-friendly device. Digital Signage Xhas all the capabilities above. It arrives with high-resolution cameras, weather antennae, public information and

alert screens, crowd monitoring software and first responder direct communication. In addition to all that, it also ensures public safety by dispensing 80% alcohol hand sanitizer, extremely important in our current pandemic climate.

Digital Signage X

This ingenious unit can be customized by city or state colors for a more pleasant appearance in the public square. KRAKEM also offers a refilling service for the sanitizer as well as warranty and insurance plans. The material used to manufacture them is extremely durable and tamper-proof.

Forward-thinking city planners have many tools available to combat modern day public safety hazards. With KRAKEM’s well-thought out design it’s now a one stop shop.

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

More To Explore

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. By continuing to browse on this website, you accept the use of cookies.