NEC Technologies Launches FIWARE-based ICCC for Smart Cities

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The latest solution by NECTI will help in empowering decision making for the city administration through visualisation and analytics

NEC Technologies India Private Limited (NECTI), a leading company in the integration of information technology (IT) and network technologies, announced that it has launched FIWARE-based Integrated Command and Control Center for the Smart Cities.

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The latest move by NECTI is in accordance with its strategy in adopting the FIWARE as a standard for Internet of Things (IoT).

FIWARE is a curated framework of components of open source platform that is created for accelerating the development of Smart Solutions.

Empower decision-making

The latest solution by NECTI will serve as the brain of cities, by interconnecting the embedded sensors across the city surveillance, solid waste management, intelligent transport management and parking management. It will also help in empowering decision making for the city administration through visualisation and analytics.

Commenting on the development, Jaspreet Singh Dhanjal, Associate Vice President, NECTI, said, “This move is in line with our strategy to adopt FIWARE as a standard for Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities applications and solutions in India.”

He further said, “Empowering and integrating the Integrated Command and Control Center with FIWARE will help in using the power of Next Generation Service Interfaces (NGSI) data models for the future smart cities, which will rule on data economy.”

NECTI has launched the FIWARE Lab node in India in April last year, in order to encourage solution providers, application developers, academia and government bodies to innovate and experiment with FIWARE-based solutions for smart cities.

In December 2018, the company has finished a contract for Hubballi Dharwad Smart City limited (HDSCL) to deliver Command & Control Centre components and other IoT-enabled smart ICT systems. The project is likely to be implemented in a phased way and will become operational by the middle of this year.

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