From smart mobility and smart energy to improved public health, safety, & governance – join us to discuss how cities are delivering better citizen services by leveraging open source technology with a consistent governance and security framework that spans the data center and the public clouds.
The data-driven nature of smart cities brings several benefits such as effective planning and delivery by increasing instrumentation and powerful analytics. Utilities and municipalities can collect usage data to predict demand, manage resources, and promote conservation while edge computing can be used to provide real-time guidance and insights. New sources of telemetry, sensors for transportation, and infrastructure are delivering safer streets with live traffic data used to maximize capacity, improve public safety, and convenience.
During this webinar, attendees will learn:
- How to use new sources of sensors and telemetry to help eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries on city streets
- About open source and open data projects for improving city data management and collaboration across cities
- How to use Smart Meter (AMI) data to forecast energy consumption, and better manage grid and distribution resources as cities engage in carbon initiatives
Register now and learn how to leverage open source technology to deliver better citizen services and governance.