According to the technology company that provides waste, recycling, and smart city solutions to businesses and governments worldwide, interested cities of all sizes can purchase technology that helps make waste and recycling operations run faster, smarter, and more effectively.
It empowers drivers to document important information like blocked bins and contaminated recycling and reports data directly back to a secure website for supervisors and dispatchers to evaluate and assess a city’s overall performance, said Rubicon.
“Making the RUBICONSmartCity program available on AWS Marketplace is a major step in our work to help governments of all sizes confidently execute on their sustainability goals and create more efficient, data-driven services for citizens,” said Michael Allegretti, SVP, policy and strategic initiatives, Rubicon Global.
“Through our collaboration with AWS, city governments can now deploy Rubicon’s technology at a faster rate than might otherwise been the case through a traditional government procurement process. As a result, more cities will be able to deliver smart, cost-effective services for their residents.”
From January-June 2017, the city of Atlanta Department of Public Works deployed smartphones loaded with Rubicon’s hauler mobile app into the city’s entire fleet of residential solid waste, recycling, and yard waste trucks, servicing all 96,000 households that lie within the Atlanta city limits.
Similar impacts are already being recognised in the other cities that have joined the platform since.