Smart Cities

IDN assessed how smart-city applications could affect various quality-of-life dimensions: safety, time and convenience, consumer experience, health, environmental quality, social connectedness and civic participation, jobs, and the cost of living, along with various forms of revenue streams associated with IOT.

Smart City Initiatives

The wide range of outcomes reflects the fact that applications perform differently from city to city, depending on factors such as legacy infrastructures systems and on baseline starting points. Find out how IDN can assist your Smart City initiatives with various forms of revenue associated with SCI.

Design Hardware, Content, and Infrastructure

Once we define the user experience, this creates a foundation that informs all other components including the individual project’s content requirements, the hardware and its lifecycle costs, as well as infrastructure limitations.

Start Planning for Operations Immediately

The post-launch process is just as important as the pre-launch stage, as well as the installation itself. The most successful dynamic environments area ones where both the client and consultants take time during the planning process to address key operations-related questions, including identifying short- and long-term sources of content, and establish responsibility for system management and maintenance.

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