Smart cities, of course, are cities that are collecting and disseminating data through the use of proximity intelligence. Beacons are a fantastic way to do just that, so it’s not too surprising that we’re looking at how we can help cities all around the world gather more data and tell their citizens about relevant details. From the city telling residents if a bus is running late to citizens reporting potholes or paying for park admission, the utility of beacons in smart cities is nearly limitless, and the subject of smart cities is one of the hottest topics touched on by technological media and city authorities over the last few months. This collaboration between Kontakt.io and HG Intelligence is an investment in Polish and Krakowian technological solutions. Both companies are developing their technologies based solely on trademark solutions, and their products are made in Poland and the EU.