Learn how to transform your city into a smart city
By Microsoft CityNext on December 15, 2015
Filed under Microsoft CityNext
Microsoft CityNext and 42 partners attended Smart City Expo World Congress
Barcelona, Spain November 17-19, 2015
Smart City Expo World Congress featured a new integrated urban agenda covering sustainability, society, governance, and mobility, as well as the technologies – like the Internet of Things, Big Data, and Cloud computing – that underpin smart city solutions.
Throughout SCEWC 2015
Cities and city leaders face great opportunities with urban growth and many challenges, from dwindling resources to growing populations. Microsoft CityNext and our partners showcased innovative smart city solutions and advances in technologies that are transforming cities, engaging citizens, and accelerating innovation around the world. Feel empowered to make your city more digital and sustainable, and face the future with confidence.
|Microsoft CityNext partner, Fundacion Metropoli, won SCEWC’s Innovation Idea award.|
|Visit CityNext’s 3D booth to see 42 partners’ smart city solutions that include the Internet of Things, Big Data, and Cloud computing, to expertise in public safety, transport management, and smart buildings – we’ve got solutions to help cities address their needs.|
|Microsoft CityNext’s 42 partners presented smart city solutions on topics including sustainability, urban planning, and governance.|
|Microsoft CityNext featured a device bar at SCEWC 2015, which included Windows tablets, Surface Book, and Microsoft Lumia.|
|Transforming the visitor experience in the world’s leading smart city
Microsoft CityNext partner, Bismart, uses big data and the Internet of Things to enhance tourism in Barcelona.
|Startups leveraging the cloud to deliver solutions that solve civic challenges
Startups focused on the civic space are flocking to Microsoft’s secure and trusted cloud to develop unique solutions that meet the particular needs of state and local governments.
|Microsoft and 42 CityNext solution partners to showcase innovations at SCEWC 2015
Microsoft CityNext partners demonstrated dozens of solutions designed to bring about safer, smarter, more sustainable cities. This represents just a sample of over 1,000 city solutions from more than 300 Microsoft partners.
|A vote for modern elections technology
In the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election, Microsoft is moving the election modernization discussion forward—and offering two cost-effective and secure solutions to replace antiquated voting technology.