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Distinguish your company’s expertise from that of other technology providers in the smart cities marketplace.
Microsoft CityNext is helping cities around the world become more competitive, sustainable, and prosperous. With our partners, Microsoft is working with cities to engage their citizens, empower city employees, optimize city operations and infrastructure, and transform to accelerate innovation and opportunity. The portfolio organizes solution categories across five broad functional areas: Digital Cities, Educated Cities, Healthier Cities, Safer Cities, and Sustainable Cities.
Learn more about how Microsoft CityNext solutions can work for your city and municipality customers.
The smart cities market is experiencing rapid growth in every geography around the world. Learn more about how you can get involved on our blog.
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Safer Cities encompasses call center and dispatch, catastrophe modeling, community policing, courts management, digital patrol, operational intelligence, prison management, and video management.
Healthier Cities include population health management, remote patient monitoring, social programs, and virtual health.
Educated Cities encompasses classroom devices for learning, facilities management, future-ready skills, learning management systems, physical safety, and predictive analytics for education.
Sustainable Cities encompass three sectors. Urban mobility, which includes: autonomous solutions, fare and toll management, fleet and asset management, parking management, traffic and transit optimization. Energy and water, which includes: atmospheric air quality management, carbon management, energy distribution management, and water and sewer. Buildings, Infrastructure, Planning includes: land management, sanitation, smart buildings, and street lights.
Digital Cities encompass three sectors. Government admin, which includes, citizen services, connected customer engagement, decision management and support, personalization, regulations, licensing and permitting, and virtual town halls. Government finance, which includes: financial management, fraud detection and prevention, grant management, and taxes. Tourism, Recreation, Culture, which includes: destination management, sports and events, and tourism portals.