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Connected communities Enables more civic participation and engagement to generate a positive environment for community and economic development. Learn more

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Open data Facilitates equal access and rights to information from the city to the public, using strong data safeguards and protections. Learn more

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Smart kiosks Interactive public kiosks with free WiFi, wayfinding, public information and access to emergency services, so residents and visitors can easily and safely navigate the city.

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Digital government Provides collaborative digital platform tools so citizens have an easy, safe and secure method of interacting with local government from any Internet-connected device. Learn more

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Intelligent traffic management Provides a comprehensive view of a city’s traffic in real time for fast incident response, and uses intelligent traffic signals to manage intersections, protecting pedestrians and keeping vehicles moving. Learn more

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Connected vehicles When vehicles, pedestrians’ smartphones and roadside devices such as traffic lights are communicating with one another over WiFi, it can lead to improvements in safety, mobility, emergency response times and carbon emissions. Learn more

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Smart Parking Drivers can find vacant parking spots using sensor-based vehicle systems. These systems—in addition to reducing traffic congestion and carbon emissions—can provide data to the city to guide planning, increase parking space turnover and assist in violation collections. Learn more

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Smart waste management Optimizing waste removal with sensor-enabled trash bins that notify sanitation crews when they are full, reducing costs and helping keep communities clean and safe. Learn more

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Smart buildings Technology can be used to monitor and control building operations such as HVAC, lighting and security to reduce energy consumption and provide the best environment for tenants. Learn more

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Smart lighting Improves energy efficiency by using real-time monitoring to tailor lighting both for variable use patterns in commercial buildings, as well as for illumination of roads and public spaces. Keep your healthcare organizations connected, secure and compliant, and improve patient experience. Learn more

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Smart grid Integral to the smart city infrastructure, these innovative electric grids can increase energy efficiency for businesses and consumers alike. Learn more

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Smart water management Smart meters and leak detectors can reduce wasted resources, contribute to conservation efforts, and improve service and support for utility customers. Learn more

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Visual surveillance Reduces crime by assisting law enforcement in identifying and apprehending criminals before they jeopardize public safety. Learn more

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Police wearables Provides transparency and documented evidence to help resolve complaints, and promotes positive interactions that build trust between citizens and community officers.

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Data security Ensures private and otherwise sensitive data that may be collected is safeguarded and accessible only to authorized individuals. Learn more

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Drone monitoring Sensor-equipped drones monitor vehicular traffic, crowds, construction sites and disaster areas to help document conditions and support first responders. Learn more

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Critical infrastructure monitoring Sensors embedded in critical infrastructure such as bridges and power plants monitor structural data to identify potential dangers, protecting citizens and the economic well-being of the city. Learn more

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Environmental monitoring Uses sensor technology, along with climate and pollution data provided by citizens, to better control pollution and reduce the costs and environmental impact. Learn more

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