South Gloucestershire Council has awarded Yotta a contract for the provision of its Alloy connected asset management platform.
The council plans to use it for managing strategic assets for infrastructure and environmental services including highways, street lighting, open spaces, street cleaning, drainage and waste collection.
The implementation is planned to begin with highways functionality, following by street lighting.
Yotta said the council wanted a system that would enable it to more efficiently collate and share data across the organisation and to better understand its residents and their needs.
Jonathan Munslow, South Gloucestershire’s asset and infrastructure group manager, said: “We look forward to working with Yotta on implementing a system that will make it easier for us to keep track of and schedule the work we do to maintain and improve roads, street lights, parks, streets, drainage and waste collection, improving the services we provide to local residents.”
Steve White, business development manager at Yotta, said the platform will provide the council with a single view of assets and services in order to deliver operational efficiencies.
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