Ubicquia is a global leader in smart city, small cell and smart grid solutions that make cities smarter, safer and more connected.
Ubicquia offers municipalities, utilities and mobile operators a cost-effective and expandable platform for deploying smart city, broadband and small cell services.
Ubicquia was founded in 2014 by Lowell Kraff and Tre Zimmerman. The company is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Ubi suite of product lines include Ubicell™, Ubihub™ and Ubimetro™ which are NEMA socket-compliant and compatible with more than 360 million street lights globally, as well as Ubigrid™, which provides advanced utility monitoring and grid stability for a large class of utility devices from the substation to the meter.
Ubicquia’s smart city platforms simply plug into existing streetlights to provide critical services, including advanced light control and video AI to optimize traffic management and enhance public safety.
Ubicquia is now deployed in more than 100 cities and has expanded its global footprint with deployments in Mexico, Colombia and Chile. It is actively involved in organizations, including the US Conference of Mayors Business Council, GSMA, Competitive Carrier Association, CBRS Alliance, and Illuminating Engineering Society to help drive efforts to make global smart connectivity a reality.
Ubicquia, in early 2020, has acquired leading smart city platform CityIQ from GE Current with more than 8,000 Edge AI cameras deployed across the U.S. and Canada to enhance traffic optimization and public safety. The acquisition broadens Ubicquia’s offering, expands its SaaS revenue base, adds 25 new patents to its IP portfolio and brings a team with significant AI experience in the municipal and public safety sectors.
Ubicquia is backed by Fuel Venture Capital and others. The company raised $30M in Series C round on Sep 09, 2020. This brings Ubicquia's total funding to around $60M to date.