At the Microsoft booth #837 at Distributech this year, Telensa will demonstrate how utilities can build on the business case for smart street lighting, using a platform approach to add other smart city applications and AI-driven data insights.
Smart city device and application infrastructure is evolving. Today there are a few highly efficient vertically integrated applications, like Telensa PLANet smart street lighting, that are deployed at mass scale. They provide real value to utilities and city departments. But as more applications reach mass scale, this vertical integration begins to work against sharing data, reducing the ability to offer new services. In particular, data integration and device management costs can multiply. The evolution will be towards a universal data fabric and unified device management, so that adding more mass scale apps will make the data and device infrastructure more efficient. It will, in turn, simplify the integration of new apps and drive data-driven strategies.
You will see:
- Telensa PLANet: the world #1 connected street lighting system, now available on Microsoft Azure
- Telensa Urban IQ: the future-proof approach to smart cities, with Microsoft Power BI visualization
- Urban Data Project: new edge-AI technology for generating valuable insights, built on Microsoft Azure.
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