Smart City Design and RFPs
We provide solutions, news and RFPs related to the Smart City market.
- Smart City Design for Accessibility – Smart City Project in South Korea Results
- Designing For Outdoor Video Surveillance in Smart Cities — ElectronicDesign article
- Yet another smart city project launched by Google-backed Sidewalk Labs scrapped
At any one time there are at least 10 major projects in progress across just the U.S.
The Global Smart Cities Market was valued at USD 624.81 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach a value of USD 1712.83 billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 18.30% over the forecast period 2020-2025. The increase in the adoption of green technology will drive the market in the forecast period.
- The technologically advanced cities are using the Internet of Things (IoT) platforms to monitor city infrastructures, managing everything from traffic flows and parking to water and air quality. These cities are using the resulting smart data generated, to tackle longer-term planning decisions focused on environmental sustainability. Thus, with the world’s moving towards urbanization, there is an increasing number of smart city initiatives and projects, in the near future.
- Therefore, with growing urbanization, the need to manage infrastructure and assets is prompting countries across the world to invest in smart city projects. According to the Consumer Technology Association, the worldwide spending on smart city developments is expected to reach USD 34.35 billion, by 2020.
- Leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) through the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to unlock opportunities within cities, including autonomous vehicles, adaptive energy systems, and even smart healthcare.
- Security concerns over the deployment of smart devices in cities are one of the primary factors restraining the growth of the smart cities market. Like any other connected technologies, smart city systems also depend on networks for data transmissions and are thus, vulnerable for breaching.
Here is a list of subverticals we cover:
- Digital Signage Blog — more accurately interactive digital displays but we are stuck with “digital signage” for now.
- Menu Board — here we focus on digital menus, indoor and outdoor. Panasonic and LG are two of our members and contribute.
- i-Telehealth — remote health monitoring and treatment by consumers themselves, sometimes with assistance
- Touch Screens — touchscreens come in sizes from 5″ to 100″. You have LED fine pitch which are only displays
- PatientKiosk — patient registration kiosks in healthcare along with EHRs like Epic with Welcome Kiosk are covered
- Digital Business — looking for software like browser lockdown or commercial grade tablets and All-In-One computers?
- Automated Retail — lockers and smart vending along with innovative drive thru and retail robotics
- Thin Client Computing — Touchscreen Chromebooks, Zero Clients and your usual Wyse (oops I mean Dell) and HP thin client news
- Point Of Sale RFPs — website for tracking and listing RFPs issued for POS primarily in SLED market
- Smart City Design — we see growing interest in smart city especially in renovating downtowns for better pedestrian access longterm
Related Company Resources
- Nanonation – custom kiosk software & digital signage
- AUO – all type of touchscreens and displays. Large to small.
- 22 Miles – Digital Signage and Wayfinding
- Acquire Digital – advanced digital signage and wayfinding technology software
- Peerless AV – large format indoor and outdoor digital signage kiosks
- LG-MRI – BoldVu® displays are built not simply to survive, but to thrive in outdoor environments.
- Keyser – digital menu boards hardware and software indoor and outdoor
- Panasonic Solutions
- LG Electronics Business Solutions
- PROVISIO – SiteCaster digital signage CMS software with remote monitoring
- KioWare – kiosk lockdown & secure browser with monitoring
- Insight Touch touchscreens. 10″ to 65″ PCAP. Customized.
- Panel Brite LCDs – high bright LCDs & touchscreens
- TDS TOUCH – touchscreens of all technologies
- General Touch – touchscreens
- Wells Gardner – touchscreens
- Goldfinger – touch monitors