One of the main elements of joint proposals is the integrated platform for the overall management of the city Cloud City Operations Center, and in which Connectis add its expertise to all devices and technologies to understand and connect, and infrastructure city work collaboratively.
Con este acuerdo ambas empresas pueden complementarse y realizar propuestas en las que se incluyan las aplicaciones más innovadoras y avanzadas que se pueden implantar en las ciudades. Uno de los elementos principales de las propuestas es la plataforma integral para la gestión global de la ciudad desarrollada por NEC: CCOC (Cloud City Operations Center), y en la que Connectis añadirá su expertise haciendo que dispositivos de todo tipo, tecnologías dispares y sistemas diferentes, se conecten y entiendan bajo una plataforma.
With this agreement the CCOC platform allows you to collect and manage information from sensors deployed around the city, responding to different vertical solutions, improving service to citizens and businesses, and providing increased interoperability and transparency among municipal services.
"The new platform Cloud City Operations Center (CCOC) allows cities a real management, interpreting the data collected throughout the city, generating adequate automatic response and thus providing better service to citizens," said Jaime Serrano, president and CEO of NEC Iberica.
Graham Johnson meanwhile said that with this agreement the two companies will develop value propositions that have as citizens center. "The key is to add intelligence to a city making all devices and technologies to connect and understand that the whole city infrastructure work collaboratively."
Connectis has a large portfolio of solutions and applications in hospitals and industrial sector and although so far had focused its activity level smart building or facility, with this solution expected to reach other areas.
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