Smart Cities offers innovative solutions
Boca Raton, Florida, July 17, 2011
US-based Smartmatic now offers innovative technological resources to solve the needs of cities in the fields of public transportation and public safety under the concept of Smart Cities.
“Launching Smart Cities is a response to the need of integrating different technological solutions already offered by Smartmatic and to allow authorities to take care of their citizens in the fields of security, mobility and healthcare, among others,” said Antonio Mugica, Smartmatic CEO.
These technologies, designed to humanise cities, are nowadays more reality than science fiction. “The city of tomorrow will be the same city we inhabit today; the great changes that are coming will not be built with cement, but with technology and planning," added Mugica.
The efficacy of urban automation projects is closely linked to the development of appropriate, tailor-made technologies, and that of business and operation models adapted to local needs.
“Smartmatic’s success lies in the fact that we know well how to combine a deep local knowledge of the world regions where we operate, with our capacity of creating and adapting integral solutions swiftly," remarked Paul Babic, VP of Smartmatic’s Smart Cities Business.
Smartmatic supplies turnkey solutions that enable governments to improve the quality of life of their citizens. The company has ample experience in mission critical projects, a significant number of professional experts and the best technology available. All of this is now focused into making cities safer and more sustainable.
Smartmatic is a multinational company that designs and deploys technological solutions aimed to help governments, so they can meet their responsibilities to their citizens in the most efficient way. It has a long and proven track record in the United States, Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. With over 400 employees around the world, Smartmatic’s key competitive advantage lies in its cutting-edge technology and experience in three key areas: electoral, identity management, and Smart Cities solutions, the company said. – TradeArabia News Service
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