Internet of Things

Smart cities are becoming more and more prominent

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Smart Cities no longer only live in the fantasy of technicians. They are becoming more realistic every day and the number of smart cities is growing. Not only young or yet to build cities starting to become smart, but also excisting cities like Amsterdam benefit from it.

Huawei implemented concepts in over 200 cities, divided over 40 countries. Edwin Diender, President Government and Public Utility Sector of Huawei Enterprise, has a lot of expierence. “The impact of smart cities is huge. In Shenzen, Southern of China, the government has access to 1.3 million CCTV cameras for law enforcement alone, of which 60 thousand are high definition cameras. These cameras produce 4 million photographs per day only for law enforcement purposes. All these images can’t be checked manually, so the cloud based video services are available for this job. The 20.000 police officers will therefore receive substantial support from the cloud technology, developed by Huawei. Life in the city, which has more than 21 milion inhabitants, has improved.”

Continue reading in Dutch: Dutch IT-channel

The evolution of smart tech: What will our cities look like in 2025?

The evolution of smart tech: What will our cities look like in 2025? 770 364 Remoticom BV

There’s no question Internet of Things (IoT) technology is pivotal for the future development of smart cities. While smart cities have been depicted in TV shows and movies for years, showing futuristic worlds where cars can fly or where drones buzzing overhead is the norm, the truth is a version of this reality is closer than you think.

In response, companies must be better prepared for the onslaught of demand by today’s consumers who have become accustomed to a convenience-based society. Those movies, and the consumer views that come with them, are focused on the narrow front end or consumer-facing view (the flying car, the delivery drone, or the smart building itself). The “smart city” will only become a reality when the backbone of the city – the infrastructure and moreover, the software that will dynamically bring all these parts together for the efficient and responsible lives of the cities inhabitants – is in place and widespread.

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