YUMA Instalan fabrica de sensores para alumbrado publico



Company's plan may bring 300 jobs to Yuma; software sensors may go with street lights A software solutions provider has made a “soft” commitment to bring $10 million worth of investments to Yuma, including a network operations center and 300…

A software solutions provider has made a “soft” commitment to bring $10 million worth of investments to Yuma, including a network operations center and 300 high-paying jobs. The public/private partnership is tied to the city’s streetlight replacement project.
Mayor Doug Nicholls made the announcement at the City Council’s work session Tuesday, noting that anyCOMM wants to open a network operations center, the first of four such centers across the nation, with Yuma as the primary center.


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