Welcome to Midwest Smart City Solutions


While the definition varies somewhat, the overarching mission of a smart city is to optimize city functions and drive economic growth while improving quality of life for its citizens, using smart technology and data collection and analysis in this pursuit.

Smart city technologies provide urban manufacturing and urban farming with certain benefits, including job creation, energy efficiency, space management and fresher products for consumers.


Health Management
Safer Buildings
Smart Energy
Smart Streetlight
Smart Water
Supply Chain Control
Traffic Management
Waste Management


Smart Grid Technology: Why Electricity Providers Should Utilize Smart Grids

Planning for future population growth is essential for utilities to adequately meet higher demand. That’s why smart grid technology has become a major goal for electricity providers. Not only are smart grids more economically efficient than the traditional grid system, they allow for easy integration with new technology and renewable


Why Utilities are Adopting Smart Water Networks

Utilities are steadily upgrading to smart water networks to prepare for rising energy and water demands in the coming decades. This technology enables a water utility to maximize efficiency by using real-time data to address system weaknesses. To start creating a smart network, water utilities must first set priorities on


How Smart Gas Fuels Smart Cities

How Smart Gas Fuels Smart CitiesThe rise of smart cities began with utilities and is spreading across other industries. Cities and municipalities have seen so much progress with cost-cutting and more effective decision-making that they are moving toward smart infrastructures on a wider scale.Here are the ways smart gas is


Smart Grids in Smart Cities

Smart cities are built with infrastructures that facilitate changing technology. The use of IoT devices in electricity grids is forming the basis of a smart grid. Interactive AI technology is one of the building blocks of this new system. Automation software is playing a major role in the transformation to


Smart Water and the Internet of Things (IoT) Technology

The idea of smart water technology is expanding every day because it’s provides a wide range of solutions for utilities and their customers. The rise of IoT sensors connected with the Internet allows for quality control specialists to make adjustments to utility operations as needed. And beyond smart water meters