[Webinar] Building an Extensible Smart City

Join Austin Ashe, General Manager of Intelligent Cities at Current by GE, and Sameer Sharma, GM of Smart Cities at Intel to learn the types of data that can help you run and grow your city.

September 18th | 12:00 pm ET

 

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San Diego is deploying the world’s largest Smart City IoT platform with Current, transforming street lighting into a connected digital infrastructure. The new digital frontier will make neighborhoods safer, smarter and more sustainable, as well as ignite a new app economy.

 

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Build the thriving city

City leaders are turning their ubiquitous lighting footprint into digital infrastructures enabled by CityIQ™, Current’s unique intelligent node embedded with multiple sensors. This node is extensible through over-the-air upgrades of analytics, connection to neighboring devices and in its ability to do multi-sensor fusion over a secure cloud connection. The node’s aesthetics allow seamless integration to a variety of streetscapes and sits elegantly on any street light pole. 

 

In short, CityIQ transforms a city's lighting infrastructure into an all-knowing, data intelligence network.

30%

of the cars circling a city are searching for a parking spot

A smarter system

Current’s intelligent cities API’s make the vast amount of sensor data actionable through the cloud. These open, yet highly secured, API’s deliver real-time intelligence to cities allowing them to enhance their open data policies and begin civic engagement models.

 

This engagement connects citizens, the local developer community, entrepreneurs, start-ups, universities and companies with niche expertise globally to transform that data into applications that drive new city services, optimize operations and improve citizens’ quality of life. 

 

City leaders no longer have to solve every problem on their own with limited resources. Now, they're able to enlist the greater community to help them solve the toughest issues, create new revenue streams, drive economic development and make their city a better place to live, work and play. 

$17B

ANNUAL SAVINGS CITIES WILL SEE BY 2019, BY INSTALLING SMART STREET LIGHTS AND DEVICES

Endless possibilities

Together with AT&T, Current is creating endless possibilities through an open, interoperable IoT platform. These possibilities range from reducing traffic congestion and detecting gun violence to increasing job creation and pedestrian safety. With the ever-expanding ecosystem partners and the innovative developer community, thousands of applications can be built to drive desired outcomes for cities.

60%

of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050

How we make it happen

  • Gain energy independence by generating lower-cost, renewable solar energy for your city.

  • LED streetlights provide lower-cost, environmentally friendly lighting for pedestrians—and can be integrated with an array of intelligent hardware.

  • Streetlight fixtures can be equipped with energy load controls, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, security cameras, sensors that monitor motion, sound and atmospheric changes and more.

  • UNLEASHED BY DEVELOPERS

    We empower application developers with ubiquitous real-time data from CityIQ™ IoT Platform to improve citizens' quality of life.

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  • ENHANCED BY PARTNERSHIPS

    We partner with vendors and developers on software applications that use our data for everything from real-time transit trackers to public safety alerts.

    BROWSE IIOT SOLUTIONS BY PARTNER

San Diego is switching on the potential of our streetlights in ways that seemed improbable just a few years ago because of Current’s Intelligent Cities technology.

DAVID GRAHAM, DEPUTY COO OF SAN DIEGO

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