Living Labs – real insights on Smart City use cases
The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA), a 501c(3) public-private partnership, created the DIA Smart Cities Living Lab powered by AT&T. It’s a 4-block corridor in downtown Dallas and houses 9 integrated smart city projects. It also represents the fastest-to-market smart cities initiative in the country.
“This effort is the culmination of the hard work and dedication of our partners across the City of Dallas, civic, academic, corporate partners and the community. We are particularly grateful for the support and leadership of AT&T in making this vision a reality for Dallas.” Jennifer Sanders, DIA Executive Director
Smart City projects can help you realize your city’s vision
Unlock the value of data being generated by connected things
Quickly address issues for the communities you serve
Use smart solutions based on lighting infrastructure to lay the foundation for your other smart cities initiatives.
Centralize management operations with near-real-time data throughout your facilities. A comprehensive, customizable program which enables building operators to proactively monitor, manage, and maintain the efficiency and capabilities of multiple buildings.
Smart Cities solutions
Learn which solutions can best address your needs
|Smart lighting infrastructure||Transform your existing lighting infrastructure into an IoT platform and gain operational agility and actionable insights through near-real-time controls.||
|Energy and building management||Optimize your energy and building management systems throughout your facilities||
Smart Cities resources
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Benefits can include: reduced energy usage and spending, optimized building and facility maintenance based on data driven insights from the actual condition of your facilities.
The Energy and Building Management solution collects data from multiple data sources. The data is processed, and analytics and fault rules are applied. This enables you to visualize and manage building information from multiple buildings and sites through a single user interface.
Common data sources that are integrated into this solution include existing building management solutions, new sensors and gateways. Data sources that may not be part of your typical building management systems may also be integrated.
Whether assistance is needed with developing a strategy around a current building management system, creating a plan for a building management system, or building a business case, AT&T can provide the expertise to determine the right vision.
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