In our third year of analyzing Bigbelly global system data, we continue to be inspired by our customer successes. We are excited to unveil the Top 25 Most Efficient Smart Campus Deployments Using the Bigbelly Smart Waste & Recycling System for 2018. These are colleges and universities that have embraced smart waste management with the Bigbelly system and using the system in the most optimized way.
Bigbelly continues to be humbled as an icon of Smart City and IoT movements with our solution and story starting far before 'smart city' was a coined term! We're honored to keep up the momentum as thought leaders in the telecom hosting space by delivering a multi-function city infrastructure for hosting additional technologies. Read on for an industry article highlighting the realities of 5G technology deployment in Smart Cities where Bigbelly's SVP of Information Communications Technology, Alex Gamota, is cited:
Leaders in civic tech join forces to streamline technology platforms for cities including Cambridge, MA
NEEDHAM, MA / FEBRUARY 27, 2019 -- Bigbelly, the leading provider of multi-purpose waste infrastructure, announces the launch of its CLEAN API (application program interface), which allows developers to integrate with its world leading smart waste platform. SeeClickFix, the original and leading platform for non-emergency repair requests and data, is the first to integrate with the CLEAN API.
New partnership with Masstrans expands access to the world leading smart waste and recycling system in India’s rapidly growing smart city market
OCTOBER 17, 2018 -- Bigbelly, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Masstrans as a distribution partner in India. This partnership expands the global distribution network and supports the thriving international growth of the world leading Bigbelly smart waste and recycling system.
Masstrans Technologies Private Limited, previously Power Electronics, is a Pune-based smart mobility company with an established customer base who pioneers smart city growth in the Indian Subcontinent.
What a whirlwind of the first day at #IOTSWC18 (IoT Solutions World Congress) in Barcelona, Spain today! Bigbelly's Vice President, Leila Dillon, took the stage twice today as a moderator for two great sessions.
Day one could not have been any better, and we're excited to be here for the third year running. First up, we joined Microsoft, Hitachi, and Nokia for a discussion in the Buildings and Infrastructure conference track focused on Smart Infrastructure Multi-Purposed for Today and Tomorrow.
Bigbelly is returning to Barcelona for the 2018 edition of the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) from October 16-18. This industry leading industrial internet event, organized by Fira de Barcelona, will bring together hundreds of global IoT leaders to discuss the latest trends, applications, and impacts of the industrial internet.
As published in the industry publication TelecomNewsroom, read on for an interview with Bigbelly's SVP of Information and Communications Technology, Alex Gamota. This interview was held shortly before the NEDAS NYC Summit in September where Alex participated on a panel to discuss the impact and role of multi-purpose infrastructure in the small cell market evolution. Were not able to attend the event? Check out the full panel session recording, here!
Bigbelly had the pleasure of spending a day alongside telecom industry leaders at the Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association's NYC Summit in New York City's Time Square. Our SVP of the Information and Communications Technologies division, Alex Gamota, participated as a panelist in a session titled "A Market Evolution: Building out the U.S. Infrastructure to Meet Tomorrow's Demands" (read more about it here).
Needham, Mass. / January 8, 2018 – Bigbelly, the world leading Smart City Solutions Provider specializing in smart waste and recycling, today announced significant company growth in 2017. Deployed across all 50 states, the Canadian provinces, and over 50 countries, Bigbelly continues to modernize and transform waste management - demonstrated by customers embracing 13,709,539 compactions, 2,456,062 collections, and 18,304,538 IoT connections last year.