Keeping people connected
Digital infrastructure is the backbone of any digital city. With internet traffic set to double every two years, and mobile data traffic increasing even more rapidly, digital connectivity needs to meet the demands of modern life.
Smart City platform
There is much talk about Smart Cities but few examples of technologies that are really improving people’s lives. Pulse Smart Hubs work with individual local authorities and stakeholders to tackle the issues that truly matter to their community such as improving air quality.
Equipped with a life-saving public access defibrillator (PADs), Pulse Smart Hubs could make all the difference in an emergency. Contact with emergency services is provided with a single button, allowing the operator to talk directly to those at the scene.
For a thriving community, easy access to information is key. This is especially true for those residents who are ‘under connected’ or have limited high speed internet services. Easy to use touchscreens bring local information, wayfinding and services to users.
We are supportive of the Pulse Smart Hub initiative to provide PADs in public places as this will assist in increasing survival rates for out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrests.Chris Hartley-Sharpe Head of First Responders, London Ambulance Service
The Pulse features will be of significant benefit to Police Service Northern Ireland in the policing of Belfast City Centre.David Gibson Inspector, Police Service Northern Ireland
A big shout out to you as vital tech 'disruptors' - love your vision and what can be achieved to enable town centres to thrive.Jo Miller President, SOLACE & Chief Executive, Doncaster Council
It's a completely different offering altogether. It's something very personal, it's something very connected for the person using it. I've not seen a product like this before, so this is what I call a game-changer. Watch this space.Simon Allison Senior Inward Investment Manager, London & Partners
The Pulse network will deliver state-of-the-art digital infrastructure throughout the city centre. The network will increase connectivity and provide a range of free services to the public; the public access defibrillator is of huge public benefit and will save lives.Lee Reynolds Councillor, Belfast City Council