Case Study: How City of Monheim is Becoming a SmartCity with Monitoring Solutions from GUDE
How Monheim am Rhein provides its citizens with fail-safe outdoor steles and bicycle rental stations
8 steles for outdoor advertising, over 30 bike sharing stations and a popular museum ship. These locations in the City of Monheim am Rhein have one thing in common: they were equipped with intelligent remote maintenance solutions from GUDE Systems as part of a large-scale smart city project.
The initial situation: The urban area of Monheim is to be equipped with outdoor steles and bicycle rental stations in addition to fiber optics and WLAN hotspots. The top priority here is fail-safety and cost-optimized maintenance of the IT infrastructure.
Oliver Hilscher, who is responsible for the technical implementation of the project, explains in the Customer Success Story how GUDE’s IP-enabled remote control systems helped him achieve this goal.
The Customer Success Story is particularly interesting for operators of DooH systems, where availability in 24/7 operation and trouble-free operation are crucial.
Increase of reliability and realization of a remote maintenance system for the network of outdoor steles and bike rental stations.
Expert Net Control 2302: Monitoring System with 4 relay outputs and 8 passive signal inputs for the top hat rail.
✔ 4 relay outputs
✔ Switching dependent on sensor threshold
✔ 8 passive signal inputs
✔ Event-based messages
✔ Interface for optional sensors (RJ45)
✔ IPv6, SNMPv3, SSL, Telnet, Radius, Modbus TCP
✔ Free smartphone app for remote access
GUDE is a family-run manufacturer of innovative ICT equipment for over 30 years. The company’s products aim at optimizing and enhancing ICT, AV and industrial infrastructure that is typically encountered in network, server or media racks. The product portfolio includes Power Distribution Units (PDU), LAN sensors and radio clock systems. All devices are developed and manufactured in Germany to meet the quality requirements that customers place on reliable IT infrastructures.