Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) India has launched a Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Gurugram to demonstrate Internet of Things (IoT) based smart cities. Taking ideas from the HPE projects, the technologies will be powered by Intel architecture.
Through CEC, HPE has targeted development of smart city projects across the country by transforming smart ideas into smart cities. The company feels that this will ease off the technological pressure on the government. Also, it will help the industries in dealing with sensors which will contribute in data analysis.
HPE plans to create an online platform for IoT devices in order to improve the business performance. eHealth Center (eHC) is a framework involving cloud, mobility, big data and dashboards for the processing of data in real-time. It has been seen in the past that a lot of patients have been visiting the eHCs all across the country. Public Wi-Fi will aim towards providing services such as analytics, location specific advertisements and mobile engagement to enable monetization of the infrastructure.
HPE Aruba’s Wi-Fi solutions will focus on interconnected system of enterprise communication devices and applications, connecting with the mobile users and location specific advertisements keeping in mind the security, scalability and RF performance. HPE and partners will implement strategies for city surveillance using video analytics. HPE’s Edgeline IoT and analytics will study the data trends thereby enabling law enforcement to identify incidents in real-time.
“The vision of the government’s smart cities’ mission is to improve the quality of life of every citizen in the country. A smart city strategy requires careful and proper implementation of new technologies and a citizen-centric approach,” said Som Satsangi, MD – India, HPE.
This Intel platform has targeted at implementing IoT technologies to drive the smart cities and provide manageable solutions. The data will be managed by series of interconnected devices and employing techniques such as cloud and video analytics.