Shape the Cloud
August 31 - September 2, 2016
Expo Centre, Shanghai, China
Abstract: Leading ICT is the foundation on which smart cities are built. Together with industry-leading partners, Huawei uses new ICT technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization, Big Data, Geographic Information System (GIS), the Internet of Things (IoT), and the ecosystem Software Development Kit (eSDK) to create comprehensive, end-to-end Smart City solutions. These solutions provide a rich variety of intelligent applications to enhance municipal management, improve government services, and promote the development of industry and the people. Solutions include the Safe City, smart city operations centers, one-stop government services, smart transportation, and smart healthcare.
Connecting people is one of the smartest aspects of a Smart City, especially when it comes to providing Wi-Fi connectivity to tens of thousands of people at public gatherings such as football matches. This high-density wireless connectivity was not possible a few years ago, and now football venues across Europe are connecting up. Connecting people around a shared event showcases the benefits of Smart City connectivity — for both the people attending the event and the event’s organizers.
In the face of terrorist attacks from the Somali Youth League, the Kenyan government urgently needed a Safe City solution to improve safety across the country. The Ministry of Interior chose Safaricom, the country’s largest telecom company, for the project. Safaricom financed, built, and will manage the project for the Kenyan government for 5 years. They chose Huawei to deliver end-to-end solutions with stringent requirements for solution deliverability and pre-integration.
Guangzhou, China is the capital and largest city in China’s Guangdong province. The sprawling area, with a population of over 14 million (54 million if adjacent Hong Kong is included), is the largest metropolitan area on Earth. The region is one of China’s leading commercial and manufacturing centers and an important transportation hub. Regional GDP in 2013 was USD$248 billion.
As the general integrator, Huawei has provided Langfang City with an intelligent transportation system (ITS) solution, resolving many problems like serious traffic violations, lack of appropriate traffic guidance, traffic congestion, and inflexible dispatching of police officers and patrol cars. The ITS system consists of both system and field equipment, including integrated platforms, big screens, and equipment for signal light control, traffic flow information collection, traffic guidance information distribution, traffic video surveillance, red light violation capture, 122 alarming, and global positioning system (GPS) positioning of police officers and patrol cars.
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