The UN estimates that 75% of the population on Earth will be living in cities by 2050, making smart cities are the way of the future. Rapid advancements in information and communication technology (ICT) as well as emergence of other new technologies have made smart city services and solutions the leading agenda of many government agencies and businesses round the world to solve issues of traffic congestion, public safety, elderly care, and enhance overall quality of life. In the example of intelligent transportation, public transport agencies may utilize an intelligent transportation management platform to acquire traffic data such as traffic flow and road status and images collected by roadside equipment and digital surveillance systems. The data can then be used to provide traffic guidance and act as an input for early warning systems and other traffic control strategies, reducing commuting time while improving overall traffic management efficiency.
IISI offers a comprehensive smart city solution that covers the fields of transportation, disaster prevention and response, residence safety, medical care, and smart grids. Detection, surveillance, analysis, and cloud computing technologies can also be employed to establish smart IT infrastructure and innovative applications and services, helping governments to build sustainable and smart cities. IISI solutions have been successfully deployed in highways, provincial expressways, city roads, and railway systems. Our clients include Directorate General of Highways of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), Taiwan Railways Administration (MOTC), and a total of 10 public transport agencies in the cities of Taipei, Taoyuan, Taichung, and Tainan. Clients for our disaster prevention and handling applications include Water Resources Agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), National Fire Agency of the Ministry of the Interior (MOI), Taipei City Fire Department, and Water Resources Bureau of Tainan City Government. Our medical sector clients include the Health Promotion Administration of the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) and National Health Insurance Administration (MOHW).