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Digital Infrastructure

City  as a  customer

  1. Smart city vision

  2. Smart city solutions

  3. smart city competence

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Smart City Global Solutions

Your Provider to “Virtual Singapore”

Our Competence

We greate smart city digital infrastructure

Primary Contacts

120 Lower Delta Road, #10-12
Singapore, 169208

Safety and Security

One of the key parameters of city life as well as lives of all the individuals is safety and security. The use of smart technologies will allow law enforcements to actually prevent potential disasters instead of responding to them once they’ve occurred. Smart city infrastructure allows for measures to be taken to ensure citywide safety. Such include intelligent surveillance systems, encompassing data from multiple sources on an uninterrupted network allows for unparalleled security. Data security also becomes one of the most important aspects in a modern smart city.


The healthcare system is in a dire need of an upgrade when it comes to storing and using medical information. An electronic patient database will allow for safe storage of patients’ medical data, quick analysis using modern methods, increased effectiveness and reduction in search speed by using semantic object storage also allowing to maximise usability. This should allow for more effective treatments, reduce on the number of medical personnel errors and decrease the need for duplicating procedures (X-Rays, MRI scans, etc). Every doctor should have access to the database giving them expansive information on the patient and his or her medical history, allowing the doctor to pick the best course of action by providing them with all available information.

Urban planning and Construction

Urban planning of the 21st century smart city should be based on accessibility, transparency and comfort of its infrastructure, allowing for collaborative living of its citizens. Such a feat can only be achieved by taking into consideration the particularities of smart networks and their interconnectivity, also taking into account the ability to integrate future innovations. The environment of a smart city should be easily scalable and considerate of the level of standardization it needs to uphold in order to implement unique technologies.

Infrastructure and environment

Smart city infrastructure creates an effective, ecologically stable, convenient and safe environment for the citizens and guests. Smart city infrastructure is created based on the relation between the city’s transport, engineering, municipal and social systems. A unified sensor grid controls the functions of all major systems: traffic control, architectural integrity monitoring as well as providing the emergency response services with timely relevant information helping them increase their effectiveness in a modern urban environment.

A citizen of a smart city will have remote access to all of the services allowing for higher level of social safety and information security as well as developing a true Internet of Things environment. This will allow people to save time on municipal tasks (bills, taxes, etc) as well as providing useful information on the vital city services, remote education and work. A citizen of a smart city is free to create their own schedule to their convenience, catering all these services to themselves.


Transportation systems are an integral part of smart city infrastructure and need to be adapted in order to best fit the end user requirements. These should include adaptive traffic control, live public transport guides, car rental and parking assistance. By effectively incorporating an existing road network infrastructure with the information and navigation systems, the whole transport network will be converted into a single matrix.

Energy (utilities)

By combining the utilities into a single structure of a smart city this will allow for more efficiency, leading to further savings for citizens as well as industries, businesses and the government itself. A unified network will allow for more savings along the whole “generation – transport – usage” line. In modern days one of the biggest concerns is the power generation itself, most of the world turning to renewable sources (e.g. wind, solar, geothermal, etc) as more viable solutions.