It also enables customers to experience cutting-edge solutions including ehealth centre, public Wi-Fi, city surveillance, solid waste management, and integrated command and control centre (ICCC).
The company has collaborated with Intel, 2020 imaging, MapmyIndia, Fast Lane, Qizon to demonstrate IoT-based smart city solutions which looks at the complex system of IoT.
The CEC is itself connected to five to seven command and control centres, giving real-time data that interconnects the various components of the end-to-end solution.
“At HPE, we are working with various technology partners to build end-to-end smart city solutions. At the CEC, we have integrated with seven live command and control centres, thereby giving full live experience to our partners and customers,” said Som Satsangi, managing director, Enterprise Group, HP.
HPE has already bagged a Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation project. The HPE Universal IoT Platform will create India’s first cloud-based ICCC.
The company is lookingn to tap the central government’s $7.3 billion Smart Cities Mission through collaboration with local players and solution providers in the smart city space.
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