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People of Trilliant: From Intern to Firmware Engineer

Learn how one Trilliant intern grew his part-time position into a full-time a career as part of the company’s engineering team. Written by Zaher Mashal, Firmware Engineer for Trilliant  Read Time: 3 Minutes During my senior year at NC State University, I was fortunate enough to become an...

Considering smart city tech? Consider this first.

Learn how our patented platform stands out in a sea of smart solutions Read Time: 3 minutes So, you want to connect all sorts of Things – traffic sensors, smart streetlights or maybe an air quality device - using some sort of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). You...

IIoT: Delivering on Your Smart City

Smart ideas to revolutionize your city’s infrastructure network. Read Time: 4 minutes In Part I of our discussion on how to develop smart cities, we examined the benefits of smart cities and some of the preliminary network infrastructure that needs to be implemented in order to begin...

IIoT: A Solid Connectivity Delivers a Smarter City

Learn what the keys are to establishing your municipality's smart city foundation. Read Time: 6 minutes For many cities, well-lit streets are seen as vital to pedestrian and vehicle safety and are becoming increasingly important to municipalities looking to implement smart city programs. Broad use of street...

Industrial IoT (IIoT) Deserves its own network

Trying to decide on a network for your IIoT solutions? Consider these integral items before deciding on a path forward. Read Time: 3 minutes As cities, enterprises and utilities begin to deploy more and more Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) devices and solutions, it has become clear...

Smart Cities are Mission Critical

As our cities continue to become increasingly connected, independent networks are going to be critical to long-term success. Read Time: 4 minutes I have spent the last three years traveling the country and learning about smart city initiatives from cities and utilities alike, and I’ve found that...