Agenda Gordon Feller Co-founder Meeting of the Minds Smart City Challenges & Opportunities Brad Gleeson Chief Commercial Officer CIVIQ Smartscapes “Smartscaping” Cities with Intelligent Urban Infrastructure Karthik Murugan Segment Manager, Visual Retail Intel Technology components and requirements for Smart City Kiosks • • • • ... • Business and Societal Impact Connectivity Digitize Access to Information • Email • Web Browser • Search Networked Economy Digitize Business Process • E-commerce • Digital Supply Chain • Collaboration Immersive Experiences Digitize Interactions (Business & Social) • Social • Mobility • Cloud • Video Internet of Everything Digitize the World Connecting: • People • Process • Data • Things Intelligent Connections Which are the “low-hanging fruit”? Traffic Management Public Safety City Lighting Energy/ Environment Waste Management Parking Optimization Tech as the Means, Not as the Ends A Virtuous Circle for Cities Optimizing Economic Impact /Investments Improving Livability /Equitability Stronger City Position as a World-class Competitor Enabling Business to Compete and Flourish Attracting and Retaining Talent • • • • • • • Sensor APPS 911 911 ALERTs – AD’s DATA WIFI PARK HERE ON TIME YOU’RE HERE • • • Connected citizens. Smarter cities. ADS ALERT DATA METRICS YOU’RE HERE Safety, Security & Resilience Connected services Data-driven management Transit, Wayfinding, City311 BENEFITS Critical elements of a Public Kiosk Data Driven Value Added Insights Reduced Op-Ex Trusted Ad Revenue Citizen Safety and Privacy 11 Behind every Experience … COMPUTE th 14nm 7 Generation Intel® Core™ Processor E2E SECURITY (Trusted) Intel® Security Technology REMOTE MANAGEMENT (Reduced Op-Ex) Intel® vPro Technology RICH GRAPHICS (Ad Revenue) Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics | Intel® HD Graphics NATURAL INTUITIVE INTERACTION (Ad Revenue) Intel® RealSense Technology CONNECTIVITY (Data Driven) Fiber | Small Cell SENSOR HUB (Data Driven) Air Quality | Sound ANALYTICS (Value Added Insights) Intel® AIM CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Ad Revenue) Intel® Retail Client Manager • Cities are motivated by new revenue potential; cost- savings; improve quality of life; attract businesses/tourists; replace obsolete infrastructure • The “Public Kiosk” is one of those intelligent nodes that provide value added services to the citizens and generate a positive social impact • Technology is now available that can serve as a platform to deliver the desired services, and with proper planning, allow Public Kiosks to be a self-funded intelligent infrastructure for the City and its citizens and visitors Read the full .

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