Nokia has completed a demonstration of its smart city management solution IOC for Vietnamese military-run operator Viettel in support of the government’s smart city ambitions.
Nokia demonstrated its Integrated Operations Center to the operator during a trial in Hanoi.
The IOC solution is designed to orchestratesmart city operations providing a unified real-time management of all smart city assets and services. Using a combination of automation and analytics, the solution aims to help cities improve productivity and identify new revenue and efficiency opportunities.
Viettel will be able to use the solution to more effectively manage traffic in Hanoi by leveraging video analytics and video management solutions.
The Vietnamese government plans to leverage Nokia smart city technologies to address a number of common city problems such aswaste management, energy management and traffic management, while enabling better utilization of resources.
“We are honored to help Viettel conduct this important demonstration. Nokia's IOC is a proven solution to manage smart city infrastructure efficiently. This end-to-end solution provides a real-time view of the different applications, devices and systems used in the smart city. Its integrated analytics capability further opens up new revenue opportunities for the service providers,” Nokia Global Services head of public sector practice Alexander Van Overveld said.
“Smart cities promise to provide sustainable living, and we are committed to enabling Viettel to deliver world-class use cases and solutions to its customers."