The City Hall delimited a sustainable high-tech zone (smart street) where to implement a series of innovative measures. The result of the job done, together with ten Catalan ICT companies, was the implementation of a guided vehicle parking, an intelligent garbage refuse collection point, a street lighting sensitive to presence, an irrigation system dependent of the humidity levels and a pedestrian crossing equipped with lighted sensors, among others.
ICT in everyday life
Flush is a fast and simple toilet finder. It has a slick interface with fun animations inspired by material design. The database of tens of thousands of public toilets provides fast and offline access!
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The application “Where are the toilets?” is participative: everyone can signal the presence of new toilets or the disappearance of old ones. Whatever the town or country, the application has the addresses of more than 70 000 public toilets and therefore represents the largest toilet database in the world! The application also has a fun aspect. It allows users to share photos of the most unusual toilets encountered during their travels. The application is available on iOS and Android.
The Zaragoza Citizen Card is about the active involvement of citizens in Zaragoza in addressing societal challenges in the city. The Zaragoza Citizen Card is a smart card offering citizens the opportunity to access and pay for 20 local public services (transport, parking, public libraries, swimming pools, etc.) To date, over 230,000 citizens (more than half of the city’s adult population) have applied for the card, which is helping to reinforce the sense of community. With payment processing services included, holders of the Citizen Card can even choose between prepaid and post-paid plans.
Aiming to be the model hospital in Fujian province, Longyan People Hospital plans to build a "digital hospital" in its new building, providing mobile ward rounds, desktop cloud, and Hospital Information System (HIS) cloud, as well as service level disaster recovery with the old building · Need to migrate the existing applications, such as HIS, Laboratory Information System (LIS), Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), and resident health system, to the new building to achieve desktop cloud · Deploy two data centers: production data center in the new building and disaster recover
Huawei Smart Hospital Solution covers everything from the digital systems of hospital management and clinical information to the infrastructure construction of wired and wireless networks and data centers. For different application scenarios, Smart Hospital provides a hospital cloud and IT-based platform for telemedicine, desktop cloud, unified communications, office collaboration, video surveillance, primary care information (PCI), and mobile hospital services.
Amazon Go is a new kind of store with no lines and no checkout. Customers simply use the Amazon Go app to enter the store, take what they want from the selection of fresh, delicious meals and grocery essentials, and go. The checkout-free shopping experience is made possible by our Just Walk Out Technology, which automatically detects when products are taken from or returned to the shelves and keeps track of them in a virtual cart. When somebody is done shopping, he/she can just leave the store. Shortly after, the Amazon account will be charged and the receipt will be sent.
The Leak Notification Program is a new initiative that allows New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to proactively alert customers to potential water leaks on their property. The program gives customers the opportunity to sign up online to receive email notifications when their water use increases significantly over a period of several days, enabling homeowners to quickly respond to potential leaks and fix them before they become a serious billing problem.
PetaJakarta.org is a research project led by the SMART Infrastructure Facility, in collaboration with the Jakarta Emergency Management Agency (BPBD DKI Jakarta) and Twitter Inc. The Joint Pilot Study for the project was operationally active from December 2014 to March 2015, and PetaJakarta 2.0 launched in December 2015. During this time, the project enabled Jakarta’s citizens to report the locations of flood events using social media network Twitter, thereby contributing to a publicly-accessible real-time map of flood conditions at PetaJakarta.org.