Urban/ Economic Development
HOW DOES YOUR CITY HARNESS THE POWER OF THE INDUSTRIAL INTERNET?
Imagine the possibilities of open access to real-world data (e.g. people/vehicle movement, incidents, and more) throughout the urban environments. With Current’s Intelligent Environments platform, powered by GE’s Predix Platform, the local tech community and companies can harness the power of the Industrial Internet and develop new applications to solve city challenges and engage with citizens. Current, powered by GE has partnered with the following companies to encourage the use of the Intelligent Environments platform as a living laboratory to enable economic growth and enhance the quality of life.
Empower users with a simple way to make sense of the torrent of Big Data in cities, campuses, and buildings today, revolutionizing the way we access, understand, and utilize building and infrastructure information. Users point, click, and swipe their way around a virtual 5D Smart City™ model rich with contextual data, aggregating, analyzing, and visualizing millions of data points—from building energy reports to IoT sensor feeds—in a way they can immediately understand in just seconds.
IPgallery develops holistic city services and citizen applications for improved efficiency, safety, resiliency, and citizen engagement pertaining to traffic, public transportation, parking, air and water quality, streetlights, and more.
Retail, commercial property, and municipal customers gain insights on pedestrian and vehicle traffic in real time, delivering information on when and where people are within a facility of city, plus the ability to communicate actionable information.
Harness the power and potential of your data. Publish, share, and reuse Smart City data on an easy-to-use platform and make them accessible to all audiences with intuitive visualization tools.
Bring together all the city services and information in one single app consisting of: arrival information on public transportation, traffic cameras, alerts, municipal news and events, open pharmacies, gas stations prices, tourist information and routes, weather forecast, radars, public Wi-Fi zones, parks, free parking spots, local emojis, and more. Municipalities are now able to show their open data to serve the citizens, and city shops and businesses can offer their products and services.
Cities and businesses gain insights on how and where they might leverage solar powered benches for cellphone charging on city streets or solar-powered signage for context-specific messaging based on how people use public space.
Interested in Partnering?
If you’ve got a technology that can improve lives or grow business, we’re interested.