Kazakhstan • 06 January, 2020

Pilot project for monitoring open hatches launched in the capital

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iKOMEK city service has launched a pilot project for monitoring open hatches, within which a Memorandum of cooperation with "Vaviot Asia" company was signed.

"According to the Memorandum, 10 hatches were equipped with IoT sensors. These sensors will allow real-time monitoring of the status of hatches. Today there are more than 102 thousand wells in the capital. As you know, the problem of open hatches has long been discussed in the community. However, without the introduction of digital technologies, it is not possible to monitor their status in real time. Therefore, we are actively implementing digital projects in order to solve important problems for the residents," head of city service Zhannat Dubirova posted on Facebook.

Now monitoring and operational testing for all open wells is carried out through a contact center iKOMEK109. Note that you can contact the service and track the status of your application in 9 ways.

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