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Huawei Solutions for Smart Cities

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Huawei is one of the Top ICT Vendors. This presentation describes on a very high level what Huawei offers for Smart City Solutions.

Huawei is one of the Top ICT Vendors. This presentation describes on a very high level what Huawei offers for Smart City Solutions.

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  • 1. Huawei Solutions for Smart Cities Eliseo T. Sánchez
  • 2. Four Megatrends that are changing the World Developed Countries’ Labor Forces Substantially Age and Decline Economic Power Shifts to Developing Nations Population Growth Increasingly Concentrated in Emerging Countries World’s Population Becomes Urbanized The world around us is undergoing a major transition, those environmental impacts of this massive urbanisation are significant.
  • 3. A Technology Model for the Smart City Emergency Command Security Video Surveillance Digital Police Internet Surveillance e-ID Safe & Orderly Society Vehicle Management e-Passport Government OA + Portal Smart City Digital scenic spot Government Hotline Intelligent Kids (SCS) Green & Sustainable Economy Intelligent Traffic Happy & Healthy Life Digital post (e-Post) Tourism Digital patrol Environment monitoring Digital Health care Intelligent Meter E-Education
  • 4. A green e-City requires the eficient use of DC and Desktop Virtual Desktop Green data center Source: Green Grid 213 W/h 32 W/h PUE The high temperature and noise pollution problems encountered in the working environment with many PCs running could be easily solved applying Virtual Desktop technologies. Source: www.42u.com
  • 5. An example of Energy Efficiency collaboration project 49 kWh/EA 5% 10% 20% 20% 30% Energy Manage OSS 20% 34 kWh/EA 20% Free Cooling Solution 5% BTS Power Saving High Efficiency Power Hybrid Power Solution 2009 Source: 1st Telefonica Energy Efficiency Workshop, Madrid, Sep, 1st, 2010 2015
  • 6. More efficient Government using UCC technologies Mobile Client PC Client IP Phone Thin Client SD/HD Terminal Office Collaboration Telepresence Meeting Convergent Meeting Unified Communications Unified Messaging Telepresence Collaborative Meeting Convergent service flow Collaborative office Mobile Office Office Integration Voice Terminals Mobile office
  • 7. Having a Happy and Healthy Life Hospital surveillance Multimedia Patient room Collaborative Office Hospital Info Display Collaborative Communication Remote Training Emergency Call Center Emergency Command Healthcare Cloud Remote Consultation Remote Medical Education Hospital EHR EMR Community Healthcare Kiosk General Management Public Service Government Collaborative Healthcare Family Healthcare Terminal Citizen
  • 8. Video surveillance implementation rise several problems Difficult data transmission Low definition    Low definition and low frame rate. Failure to meet HD video surveillance requirements for key scenarios. No balance between high requirements on bandwidth and quality and low investment and data transmission costs. Low search efficiency     Multiple formats of videos and isolated video surveillance systems. Massive video data and low search efficiency. Poor capability of the intelligent analysis and search engine.    Few storage space    Explosive data growth and difficult resource allocation. Low storage resource usage and serious waste of storage resources. High investment and maintenance costs. Expensive to lay out cables in remote areas. Need of CPEs using wireless data transmission. Difficult to cover all sites in the old urban area. Direct connection to optical transceivers, wasting a lot of optical fiber resources. Data leakage    The public network is vulnerable to external attacks. The internal network lacks sufficient security protection. Videos not encrypted are vulnerable to leakage.
  • 9. High requirements to provide intelligent behavior analysis Real-time Monitoring Event Detection License Plate Recognition E-police Detection of violation vehicles People Count and Record
  • 10. Video surveillance: building a better and safer city HD Easy data transmission High search efficiency Data protection Large storage space
  • 11. Some Huawei cases as examples Solution e-Government Cases China Govt. External Private Network Maldives e-Gov Ghana e-Gov Phase 2 Kenya e-Gov Phase2 Cameroon e-Gov Safe City Ecuador Trunking Network Sudan e-Police Dubai Police MW Poland Justice Bureau TP Baghdad Safe City e-Education China CERNET 2 e-Health Others Shanghai Health Cloud Poland Zus Campus Network Italy GARR DWDM China Ningbo Regional Health China Nangnin Foxconn Smart Park UK Janet DWDM Turkey Fatih e-learning China Zhengzhou Telemedicine, Sochi Olympic Park Langfan ITS, China China MoE e-Learning China Fujian Telemedicine Netherlands Overijssel Campus Network
  • 12. Thank you