The development of new technologies and the upcoming 5G standard have opened up completely new opportunities for telecommunication operators. T-Mobile is focusing on innovative solutions and will use them to implement the first complex Smart City project in Poland. The agreement signed today by the CEO of T-Mobile Polska Andreas Maierhofer and the Mayor of Kazimierz Dolny, Andrzej Pisula, is the first step in building the most technologically advanced city in Poland.
  • We have the knowledge and the competencies to be a partner of local governments and offer them comprehensive solutions in the field of Smart Cities. We have invited Kazimierz Dolny, one of the most famous and attractive tourist cities in Poland, to implement first such a project.

    - said Andreas Maierhofer, CEO of T-Mobile Polska.

  • Beginning next year, we will offer to the city, its residents and tourists, 12 Smart City solutions which will include nearly 700 installations,

    adds Maierhofer.


  • Kazimierz Dolny has 4,000 residents and over 1 million tourists visiting our city every year. Thanks to the cooperation with T-Mobile, we will have tools that will enable better management of the city, improve the quality of life of its residents, make it easier for tourists and also allows for budget savings  - said

    Andrzej Pisula, Mayor of Kazimierz Dolny.

  • It makes me proud that our city, without losing its historic appearance, will make a leap into the future, becoming one of the most innovative cities in Poland.

    - he adds.


Kazimierz Dolny is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Poland, which attracts tourists mainly with its fantastic architecture and magnificent views. The project is implemented with, and for the city, therefore, it will be consulted with the historical conservator at every stage.


It will be the most advanced smart city implementation in Poland. The aim of the cooperation between Kazimierz Dolny and T-Mobile is to improve the quality and accessibility of telecommunications services in the city, to dedicate solutions directly to its residents, supporting local administration in city management and communication with residents, as well as, allowing the city to cope with increasing traffic.

  • The Smart City project in Kazimierz Dolny is a showcase of the technological and organizational capabilities of T-Mobile. We want to send a clear message to the city authorities all over Poland that T-Mobile is a partner with whom they can build the future of their communities.

    – said Andreas Maiehofer


The investment in Kazimierz Dolny will start already in 2018 to prepare most of the planned solutions as soon as possible. According to the adopted schedule, the full range of services will be tested and commercialized in the first half of 2019.

As part of the agreement, the following solutions will be available:
- intelligent street lighting, parking, bus stops, information screens and benches - over 500 installations
- city monitoring - over 40 cameras
- city bikes and electric vehicles - over 60 bicycles and vehicles
- electric vehicle charging stations - 3 stations
- Wi-Fi hot spots  - over 40 spots
- air quality monitoring - 2 monitoring stations
In addition, the project plans to integrate the Smart City solutions with a mobile application, which will provide information about tourist attractions and available solutions, as well, as the implementation of an administrative panel for local authorities which gathers statistical information from each smart solution. T-Mobile will also carry out a number of Big Data analyzes that can help to make decisions about city investment or promotion.






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