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A City Is Can Be Converted To A Living Organism, Showcases China’s Huawei


11/16/2017




A City Is Can Be Converted To A Living Organism, Showcases China’s Huawei
The Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) is the place where how a city can become a living organism is being showcased by Huawei, a China based lobal information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider.
 
A "Smart City can be like a living organism that works seamlessly to continuously learn and enhance the city's services", claimed Huawei, while showcasing the aspect in a presentation with the theme titled "Leading New ICT, Creating a Smart City Nervous System".
 
The concept of a smart city is based on the gathering and analysis of information about the current status of a city, the present infrastructure and the overall environment with the help of "peripheral nerves" or the network and sensors and a "brain" or the control center or Intelligent Operation Centre (IOC), the company representatives explained in a press conference.
 
Victor Yu, President of Industry Marketing and Solution Department of Huawei Enterprise Business Group, said "the app that requires more qualification is the IOC, the brain of the city" as it "aggregates data from the city", analyzing them and allowing it to make decisions on key events.
 
All of the information that a smart city provides is collected, integrated and shared by a system of distributed cloud data centers and city networks – which are part of the IOC, which is the underlying infrastructure for such smart cities.
 
Whit the help of Big Data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, intelligent collaboration across the various functions within a city is made possible by an Integrated Communications Platform (ICP). In areas of functioning like security and transportation, city planning and management of services is made easier, faster and simpler by insights that are provided by the IOC from the information gathered by the peripheral sensors.
 
Such Smart City Nervous System, based on the concept described above, have been already created by the company for over 100 cities all across the world. Projects across 62 different countries were conceived and operated by the company in 2016.
 
There were other players in this sphere of technology as well as included names such as ZTE, Alstom, Ferrovial, and Microsoft, who were also present at the four-day Smart City Expo World Congress, which opened its doors on Tuesday, in addition to Huawei. There is a total of 675 exhibitors sourced from 700 cities and belonging to countries all across the globe.
 
(Sourcec:www.xinhuanet.com) 






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