The safety of both officers and citizens depends on real-time situational awareness and immediate contact with colleagues and support personnel. Learn in this case study how Verizon worked with Charleston, S.C. to provide solutions that give their police officers the data, applications, and support they need in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals, one of the largest providers of emergency care services in Europe, wanted to gain better access to data so that it could identify trends and improve services. Read in this case study how healthcare solutions provider Ascribe leveraged big data, business intelligence and Microsoft technology to make it happen.
To ensure its ability to deliver clean, reliable, water to households and businesses, Yorkshire Water depends on having access to a large pool of data but found that it needed a more scalable technology infrastructure. Read in this case study how Yorkshire Water is using the OSIsoft PI System to help support its planned growth and the benefits that have resulted.
The PI System from Council Associate Partner OSIsoft shares and combines building and utility data through the cloud. Watch this video to learn more about what that can mean for building managers, airports, stadiums and others.
Click to watch a condensed version of the presentation "City-Scale Sustainability and Economic Development" by Joel Cherkis of Microsoft and Dave Roberts of OSIsoft at the 2013 OSIsoft EMEA Users Conference in Paris.
Ashburton District Council wanted a modern, mobile computing platform for employees who provide frontline services. Before it deployed smartphones to mobile workers, the council subscribed to the Windows Intune PC and device management solution to manage these devices and corporate data. Learn more from this case study.
The University of Strasbourg had no centralized method for monitoring and collecting data on assets, HVAC, electricity and other facility processes that would allow staff to review trends and identify better practices for saving time, money and energy. That is, until the school implemented Schneider Electric's Wonderware solution. Learn more in this case study.
With IBM analytics technology, the Durham, N.C., Police Department reduced the amount of violent crime in a two square mile region of the city by more than 50 percent during a four-year span. Watch this video for details.
If any company has carved out mind share as a smart cities thought leader, it is IBM. And the man responsible for IBM's smart cities messaging worldwide is Rich Michos. Read what he has to say about smart cities successes, challenges and IBM's smarter planet initiatives going forward.
Philip Mezey combines a distinguished countenance with boyish curiosity and enthusiasm. In 2012, after an external search to find a replacement for the retiring LeRoy Nosbaum, the company realized it had the ideal candidate in house and named Mezey President and CEO.