TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Amazon Web Services (AWS), through the AWS Partner Network (APN), announced the presence of AWS Smart City Competency which will provide world-class recommendations from AWS Partners to customers who want to create and implement innovative solutions to realize a smart city.
AWS Smart City Competency helps bring together AWS partners who specialize in this area with deep technical expertise, as evidenced by their track records in handling a variety of solution use cases. smart city.
“Through AWS Smart City Competencycustomers will be able to quickly and accurately identify AWS partners who can help them overcome the challenges associated with smart cities,” said Jeff Kratz, general manager of global public sector partners – AWS, in a statement on Thursday, October 6, 2022.
“We are also excited to officially introduce AWS Launch Partners who are working with AWS to develop these new skills for smart city partners and customers around the world. These AWS Partners will help customers accelerate and optimize urban reforms and improve the quality of life for city dwellers,” he added.
AWS Smart City Competency Launch Partner
The AWS Competency Program is designed to highlight AWS Partners who have proven technical prowess and customer success in a number of specific solution areas. As such, Smart City Competency is a purpose-built program to connect customers to a range of world-class AWS partners who build and accelerate smart city cloud solutions running on the AWS platform.
AWS Partners are eligible for the Smart City Competency badge after successfully passing a rigorous review process of their delivery model and technical skills, and demonstrating successful customer engagement in case studies.
Smart City Partners recommended by AWS are:
Australia’s Arq Group provides a suite of data and analytics services to support the development and management of an urban data platform. Arq Group has created an accelerated digital dual approach for the North East Water Utility water management facility in Victoria, Australia.
Indonesian company Elitery has developed SiPANDU, an integrated reporting information system, and SiPANON, a video surveillance solution with machine learning (ML) capabilities to monitor and improve road traffic flow. .
FuseForward of Canada plans, implements and optimizes smart city systems with comprehensive consulting services. Working with Metropolitan Toronto University (formerly Ryerson University), FuseForward designed an intelligent campus platform on AWS.
Kalkitech from India has developed the Kalki.io Utility Data Hub, which collects metered data from various user-owned field devices, such as electricity, water or gas meters.
The TrafficLink platform developed by Canadian Miovision uses advanced traffic artificial intelligence (AI) technology and SmartView 360 cameras to provide actionable information to support real-time management of road traffic infrastructure.
Quantela from the United States offers tools to digitize urban infrastructure. This integrated AI/ML-based command and control solution for smart cities helps customers, such as the municipal government of Coral Gables in Florida, by delivering more efficient resident services.
Records, based in the United States, has developed a cross-agency solution for traffic accident management, providing information to toll road patrol officers to help them quickly identify, treat and remediate incidents on highways .
US technology company Rubicon is developing a suite of smart city technologies to help city governments manage solid waste more efficiently.
French Vianova has created a platform that helps cities integrate and manage mobility services (such as e-scooters, e-bikes and car-sharing services).
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