Scroll through and explore these exciting next-generation application in various stages of development. All these applications use next-gen technologies like software-defined networking, local cloud and gigabit to end-user and are transforming how we live, work, learn and play. If you have an application you would like to include in this growing list, please following the instruction below and join the US Ignite community.
New finance secure FinTech e-direction devices and web application of value proposition of micro shareholders
APEC project sharing best practice of smart transportation, green energy, smart grid, jobs, and low carbon cities
A cloud-based platform for integrating city system data in a central information model for real-time visualization, analysis, and archiving.
Antique Bank App a value proportion of Micro Shareholder
Sensus is a cross-platform (Android, iOS, and Windows Phone) system for mobile crowd-sensing.
66 acres Dutch heritage is transforming into a vibrant area: Strijp-S. An open Living Lab: technological innovation serves what people want.
Capture of the surrounding environment by casual users of mobile and wearables for creating a live 3D model of the real world
Cityzenith's 5D Smart City UI and app stack platform empower cities around the world to cities develop and deploy standards-based solutions.
Connected Collaboration is a free, open source high definition, high fidelity, point-to-point video conferencing solution over gigabit networks using commodity PC and Mac hardware. It runs between client computers and does not use an expensive MCU or conferencing bridge. We will show the difference in audio and video quality between video conferencing over the commodity internet and Connected Collaboration over gig networks. We will demonstrate several Connected Collaboration sessions including person-to-person and instructor-to-class, scenarios using GENI technology to replicate remote video streams in Chicago. Scenarios will include health and wellness, STEM education, and a duet between musicians in Cleveland and Chicago all done with commodity computers and webcams.
This project aims to assist parents and childcare providers in nurturing their children’s development and preparing them for successful entry into kindergarten. The Resource Network will establish an interactive childcare portal— delivered via smartphone, tablet, or computer – to connect parents and caregivers with local childcare resources and agencies, and enable the formation of social networks among parents, family members, pediatricians, and childcare services. The pilot is a smartphone-based application in an inner-city neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland that enables parents to connect via their smartphones to local childcare resources, to schedule and attend medical appointments, and to develop and maintain relationships with childcare services. The outcome is a networked referral system that automatically matches parental needs to community resources to improve the efficiency of pediatric and child health service delivery. One goal is reducing costs to the hospital system that occur due to missed appointments, late diagnoses and interventions, and unsatisfactory parental experiences. The project addresses a lack of infrastructure to deliver quality childhood care and education that is accessible and affordable to all families. This need is particularly acute in underserved communities that lack resources to support positive parenting skills and quality early childhood experiences.
The team showcased an initiative to utilize a dynamic data collection system to improve staff effectiveness at New York's Gansevoort hotels. Using an app to order a taxi, make a restaurant reservation, or order dinner is the birth of a new mode of interaction where services are at the touch of your fingertips. There is a clear benefit in a mobile platform that bridges the communication between consumers and service providers to deliver services faster, and with higher accuracy. Delivering effective service on demand (SoD) requires creating a seamless integration between logistics and technology. The challenge is to connect CPS on both the request and fulfillment sides of the equation, while utilizing the Internet of Things to provide deep context. This is important to hospitality industries, where hotels, hospitals, offices and others are unable to seamlessly connect clients with services through mobile devices. In a hotel, the same guest can request room service, cleaning, or concierge services. Each request must be routed to the appropriate department, monitored for completeness, and escalated if missed. Staff must have mobile devices which make them accessible in real time, and provide a simple way to respond with progress. Unfortunately this infrastructure does not exist today. For this reason, ALICE has partnered with The Gansevoort Hotel Group to build the world’s first flexible SoD infrastructure that can fit the service offering of any industry or department. The impact of this technology is only limited by the needs of the industries and companies that adopt it. ￼