Smart Cities Asia 2015 features a 2-day exhibition that showcases all the stakeholder and partners in collaboration in making this future a reality. Smart Cities Asia event offers a unique perspective on some of the most talked about issues revolving smart cities in Asia and emerging trends to help industry professionals identify and rationalize their infrastructure investment. For future improvements, smart city managers needs to be smarter and more efficient in managing and keeping their cities safe, green and secure.
Kiwitech showcased NUCLEUS, an open platform that allows integration with multiple devices, such as CCTVs, energy management systems, water management systems etc. across the city. This consolidation of data from separate systems allows interactions between silo management systems, so that useful data analysis can be done efficiently and coherently.