VROC is pleased to annouce that we have been awarded the ‘Lighting Up Bunbury’ AI project for The City of Bunbury, Western Australia.

This is a follow-on project from the Emergency Floodgate project which was completed earlier this year, and a continuation of the implementation of Smart City technology in the regional city.

The project looks to improve the effect and functionality of the display lighting at key locations throughout the city, through the upgrade of existing lights and the implementation of IoT & AI technology.

Through the use of connected IoT sensors, the VROC platform will provide the City with real time monitoring and our Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technology will notify the City before failures occur, allowing pro-active maintenance to ensure on-going citizen safety.

VROC, CEO Trevor Bloch said about the project: “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with The City of Bunbury in their advancement of the Smart City program. The ability to leverage technology to reduce energy & maintenance costs, whilst improvinglivability for its citizens is a forward-thinking and sociably responsible act.”

Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan said the Lighting Up Bunbury Project was the latest exciting step in revitalising the CBD.

“The awarding of this contract to VROC will allow the City of Bunbury to have unprecedented control over its decorative lighting,” Mayor Brennan said. “This adds to the previous project allowing the City to control a number of different elements from the one control platform, and will help light up our beautiful landmarks around the CBD.”

After the project is implemented the City will have centralised control over these key lighting locations, allowing them to schedule pre-programmed coloured lighting shows based on the time of day, year and other outlying factors.

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