Global Pandemic Recovery Starts with Smart Cities

July 30, 2020 Georganne Benesch

Smart Cities and Public Sector

As cities get back on track to growth, they need to keep people healthy. New frontiers in technology are helping the public sector put safeguards in place to protect citizens, businesses, and essential workers.

Case Study: A Smart City Innovates with Smart Kiosks

What do you get when you combine self-service health monitoring with frictionless shopping? A point-of-care kiosk enabled by computer vision, AI, and healthcare-as-a-service. With today’s focus on health and safety, it’s just what the doctor ordered.

Real-Time Analytics Drives Real-Time Security

The need for businesses, schools, hospitals, and other organizations to protect people and assets has never been greater. Computer vision and edge analytics enable robust security solutions that make it easier to tackle these challenges—easing the burden on security staff.

24×7 Revenue with Smart Vending and the IoT

How can vending operators think outside the box? Smart, connected machines and a partner ecosystem mean new opportunities. Discover the ways that the latest IoT technologies make it possible.

Intelligent Wayfinding Keeps Visitors Moving

Digital signage can do more than show maps. Smart displays can automate vital services, broadcast emergency alarms, and perform analytics in settings from hospitals to airports. With health and safety more critical than ever, discover how interactive wayfinding stations can help.

Digital Signage Keeps L.A. Metro on Track

What happens when cities adopt digital signage networks? Their communication power multiplies. Keep up with the ways that digital displays and artificial intelligence can improve the mass transit user experience.

A New Vision for Citywide Safety

Not all surveillance systems are the same. Multi-sensory awareness—vision, sound, and smell—take city safety to the next level, while AI and deep learning automate incident response. See the new directions cities are taking to improve citizen safety.

From Building Automation to Health Tech

Remote monitoring and connected devices support a range of applications—from smart buildings to in-home healthcare. Add management services and you can achieve results more easily and at a lower cost. Discover how one company is helping organizations save energy and at the same time improve quality of life.

How Deep Learning Makes Cities Safer

Deep learning is the next wave in computer vision, allowing for more complex and intensive analysis. This gives cities the ability to see problems as they happen and take action as they need.

From Parking to Boarding—Airport Surveillance Gets Smarter

Truly effective airport surveillance goes well beyond enhanced imaging, to AI integration, deep learning, analytics, and more. Combined with advanced video, it can improve the outcomes of airport-wide safety—essential to pandemic response and recovery.

Why Video Is the Foundation of Smart Cities

If data is the foundation of a smart city, video is the cornerstone. It is already ubiquitous in many areas, and with smart video systems, cities are doing everything from managing traffic to increasing safety to improving business opportunities.

About the Author

Georganne Benesch

Georganne Benesch is the Associate Content Director for insight.tech. Before this she was an independent writer, authoring blogs, web content, solution guides, white papers and more. Prior to her freelance career Georganne held product management and marketing positions at companies such as Cisco, Proxim and Netopia. She earned a B.A. at University of California at Santa Cruz.

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