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Locally, regionally, internationally or globally. Our expert research output and licenses turn Smart Cities into Smart & Connected Communities. Exploit the benefits of fast-moving technology, and live in a unique Smart City Community. We'll help you do it – non-bureaucratically and with manufacturer-independence. More experts. More visions. More smart.

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Why GoToMarket Solution for your connected community?

Why?

You will bring your full potential to your whole community when you work with our experts in networking communities.

What?

You will understand which IT and communications technology will benefit the community and be delivered profitably as a result of our analysis.

How?

You will co-develop a market strategy, stimulate great teamwork and receive guidance on contacts to approach for funding as a result of partnering closely with us.

What if?

When you work with us, your SmartCity could become like these:

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Cape Town, South Africa

To address the mayor's main issues and his initiatives for … more

Cape Town, South AfricaX

To address the mayor's main issues and his initiatives for IT and communications technology, a broadband infrastructure was implemented (along similar lines to Luxembourg's HotCity, a prime example). Our experts held a series of tailored workshops, working with the mayor to produce made-to-measure solutions for intelligent urbanisation, a modern healthcare system, high-quality education, a digital media service for the government and mobile solutions for citizens and employees. SmartCity Cape Town is underpinning regional economic development in the Western Cape.

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Our experts worked with the municipal authority in Sao Paulo … more

Sao Paulo, BrazilX

Our experts worked with the municipal authority in Sao Paulo to develop a Smart Connected City strategy comprising healthcare, security, transportation, education and government. The aim was to improve quality of life for the city's inhabitants and combat chronic problems such as conurbations, poor infrastructure, rapid population growth and economic growth issues. SmartCity Sao Paulo is a dynamic, modern, vibrant city looking to integrate and network the people who live there.

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

In conjunction with the Jubail Royal Commission, our experts initiated a series of … more

Jubail, Saudi ArabiaX

In conjunction with the Jubail Royal Commission, our experts initiated a series of workshops with all major stakeholders. The results were fresh ideas for networked schools, networked healthcare provision, etc., with new and improved propositions being installed on the core networks in each area.

Nice, France

Our experts upgraded a network formerly used only for car park … more

Nice, FranceX

Our experts upgraded a network formerly used only for car park management, adding four fresh offerings. Over 200 different sensors and devices communicate with each other. Working with Metropolitan Public Services, existing discrepancies between car park utilisation, rush hours, street lighting, garbage container levels and environmental quality and environmental predictions were able to be eliminated.

Moscow Safe City, Russia

The Mexico City team shared its experience with the Moscow team … more

Moscow Safe City, RussiaX

The Mexico City team shared its experience with the Moscow team in 2008. This knowledge transfer helpedproduce 80% faster integration and, with it, greater confidence in the tried-and-trusted solution. 42,000 surveillance cameras were included in the Moscow Smart City project.

GLOW, Scotland

GLOW – Learning Teaching Scotland: The Glow project was the first national more

GLOW, ScotlandX

The Glow project was the first national learning platform open to everyone: teachers, parents, students, government authorities, and even other Scottish schools. Work is now currently underway on Version 2 of the application, taking account of lessons learned in the first 10 years of operation. Indeed, this solution has application potential over and above its role as a learning platform for schools.

Sichuan, China

Following the severe earthquake in 2008, “Internetworking” experts concentrated … more

Sichuan, ChinaX

Following the severe earthquake in 2008, “Internetworking” experts concentrated on setting up a modern technical infrastructure for healthcare and education, creating four areas: Smart hospitals, Regional healthcare cloud, Tele-health network, Mobile clinics. This common networking, for example, ensured epidemics could be controlled. At the same time, 5,000 medics were given professional training and instruction online by the municipal clinics. This has resulted in 60 million patients being added to the health network.

Busan, South Korea

The aim was to provide jobs for 60,000 college graduates each year … more

Busan, South KoreaX

The aim was to provide jobs for 60,000 college graduates each year. With the help of “Internetworking” experts, five universities and the municipal authority created the Busan Mobile Application Centre. Over 3,000 mobile app developers are registered on the talent pool.

Amsterdam and Almere, The Netherlands

To create an alternative to long commuter journeys, high-speed … more

Amsterdam and Almere, The NetherlandsX

To create an alternative to long commuter journeys, high-speed networks were set up in centres close to public transportation, shops, service providers and childcare facilities. The secure network gives employees access to their workplaces or places of education. 120 such centres have now been set up (as per 2011). They can also be used for neighbourhoods, public campaigns and community work. This meant Amsterdam was able to save EUR 10 million of its budget per year within 5 years.

Sydney, Australia

Sydney's intention was to promote dialogue between government and private … more

Sydney, AustraliaX

Sydney's intention was to promote dialogue between government and private-sector, public-sector and non-profit organisations. Our experts and the City of Sydney used digital technology to create vibrant districts and neighbourhoods which are attractive to young professionals. Living, working and creating fresh ideas – across industries and across communities: that's SmartCity Sydney.

Gulf Region, Bahrain

This involves four major service initiatives by the government from … more

Gulf Region, BahrainX

This involves four major service initiatives by the government from a web-based professional development platform to various civic web offerings by local government authorities. With $ 20m of initial funding, the ground was laid for standardisation and economic efficiency using modern communication facilities featuring audio, video and other services.

Our internationally experienced team of experts gives you a global footprint!