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NEC India launches Smart City tech suite

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The new suite of solutions, part of the Global Smart City initiative, includes the NEC Mi-Command for integrated command and control, NEC Mi-City for citizen engagement, NEC Mi-Eye for intelligent video analytics, and NEC Mi-WareSync for warehouse management.

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NEC Corporation India, a subsidiary of the Japanese technology giant NEC Corporation, has launched a series of advanced technology products aimed at bolstering projects around the world.

The new suite of solutions, part of the Global Smart City initiative, includes the NEC Mi-Command for integrated command and control, NEC Mi-City for citizen engagement, NEC Mi-Eye for intelligent video analytics, and NEC Mi-WareSync for warehouse management.

These products are designed to enhance transparency, efficiency, and citizen experiences across various sectors, including public safety, logistics, and transportation, said the company in a statement.

“NEC has played a pivotal role in shaping India's digital and social infrastructure, particularly in public safety, smart cities, logistics, transportation, and more. These differentiated intellectual properties will be a big step towards future-proofing our societies through smarter governance and empowering citizens in this digital era,” , Corporate Officer & Senior VP – Head of Global Smart City Business at NEC Corporation & President & CEO of NEC Corporation India said.

“Our extensive experience in navigating the scale and complexity of a rapidly growing nation like India has helped us unearth numerous real-life technology deployment use cases which can be applied to various geographies globally,” he added.

The company said that the newly launched products are expected to play a crucial role in enhancing urban management and citizen services. The NEC Mi-Command, for example, serves as a comprehensive Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC), providing a unified platform for city operations, resource management, and incident response. It features advanced capabilities such as alert management, geospatial tracking, and live video feeds, among others.

Meanwhile, NEC Mi-City aims to bridge the gap between citizens, governments, and agencies through a unified web portal, simplifying access to government services and fostering greater transparency and collaboration.

On the other hand, NEC Mi-Eye, powered by AI and machine learning, offers real-time insights into customer behaviour and operational efficiency, enhancing security across various sectors. Lastly, NEC Mi-WareSync introduces a cloud-based warehouse management solution designed to optimise logistics and supply chain operations.

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Shalini Shukla
Shalini Shukla
Shalini Shukla is Correspondent at TechObserver.in. She has keen interest in start-ups, emerging technologies and education sector.
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