The city of Tampa will soon see IKE Smart City interactive kiosks around downtown to help provide directions and information to visitors and residents.
The city plans to have 30 kiosks, which will offer information about local businesses, attractions and public services. The kiosks will be installed in three phases starting in spring 2021. Most of the kiosks will be installed in downtown areas near commercial and cultural destinations, and the remaining will be installed in nearby communities.
“This is cutting-edge, smart-city technology that will provide immediate information about all of the wonderful opportunities Tampa has to offer, from restaurants and museums to parks and entertainment venues,” president and CEO of the Tampa Downtown Partnership Lynda Remund said in a news release. “The kiosks are easy to use and an excellent way to immediately learn about anything from nearby businesses to museums to public transit information.”
Read full news article From Florida Politics announcing smart city deployment in Tampa