- Veröffentlicht: 21. Dezember 2022
Six smart and digital city projects implemented by the Municipality of Paphos were inaugurated recently helping the coastal city to be named the European Capital of Smart Tourism for 2023.
The projects concern the implementation and maintenance of the LoRaWAN Network, the smart parking management system (Smart Parking), and the development and maintenance of a geographic information system (GIS).
They also include the installation and management of Smart Street Lighting, Smart Poles and the creation of a Datacenter.
These were inaugurated last Thursday by Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy Kyriakos Kokkinos.
Inaugurating the projects, Kokkinos said Paphos is a place where history, culture, technology and values coexist on a canvas that is constantly enriched with new projects.
He further underlined that there is an action plan for the transition of Cyprus to the digital age and in recent years steps have been taken.
Paphos Mayor Phedonas Phedonos said these kinds of projects make the citizen’s life easier and similar projects will be carried out soon for the Water Board and meter measuring.
The ultimate goal, he added, is for Paphos to have at least 30 different smart systems making it a completely digitalized city.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Annie Charalambous
Quelle/Source: in-cyprus, 12.12.2022