Digital Infrastructure Delivered:
A Greater Geelong Leadership Journey

ENE.HUB are delighted to work collaboratively with City of Greater Geelong to enable connectivity, digital services and data in public spaces throughout CoGG’s Local Government Area.

ENE.HUB has managed client liaison, MNO integration, digital service enablement, maintenance and operations of the digital infrastructure and services. ENE.HUB’s data and analytics platform (e3) has also been implemented for the control of services and the capture and provision of open data.

Below article was featured on June 2023 edition of Infrastructure Magazine.

The City of Greater Geelong has partnered with ENE.HUB – part of digital infrastructure provider Indara – to deliver a range of digital infrastructure projects across the city to improve community connectivity, enhance safety and improve environmental management.

ENE.HUB has installed a network of its SMART.NODEs™ across the Greater Geelong region and continues to manage and maintain them as part of a 20-year Digital Infrastructure Agreement.

The City, in partnership with AARNet, delivered 22km of new high-speed optical fibre, providing critical backbone infrastructure for a fleet of 54 SMART.NODEs™.

The SMART.NODEs™ offer a range of essential services such as free public Wi-Fi, intelligent lighting, IoT gateways, and CCTV, enhancing connectivity, security, and convenience for users.

The Geelong community benefit from increased connectivity and safety in multiple precincts such as the Geelong Arts Centre, Kardinia Park, the iconic Waterfront and the North Bellarine Aquatic Centre.

This work was undertaken as part of the City-led Smarter Suburbs Program, which is enabling connectivity from the city centre to the northern suburbs of Greater Geelong. The initiative was also supported by funding from the Victorian Government through the Connecting Regional Communities Program.

About the SMART.NODE™

The SMART.NODE™ is the world’s most advanced street light alternative, ready to accommodate a full suite of digital services and features.

Featuring a sleek, integrated design, the SMART.NODE™ can be fully customised around the needs of local council’s and land authorities for applications related to communications, energy, safety, transport, environmental monitoring, infrastructure and more.

It is designed in Australia and manufactured to evolve with a place and community over time. Whether it be urban renewal projects, place making investments or changing mobility arrangements, the digital services offered via the SMART.NODE™.

New services, upgrades to existing services and ongoing maintenance can be managed through ENE.HUBs partnership approach and commercial model that is characterised by co-investment, shared benefit and ongoing value creation.

About ENE.HUB (part of Indara group)

ENE.HUB enables urban digital connectivity by activating and measuring engagement in public places and spaces through the design, manufacture and deployment of smart poles and smart street furniture.

Indara recently completed the acquisition of ENE.HUB, a world leading company that designs, manufactures, and manages digital infrastructure, services, and data analytics to help create the best public places.

Indara, ENE.HUB’s parent company, is Australia’s leading owner and operator of telecommunication sites, providing a network of critical infrastructure to meet Australia’s digital needs now and into the future.

Indara has a portfolio of over 4,300 tower and rooftops sites, as well as several hundred new sites under construction.