By SAVIOUS KWINIKA recently in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – GLOBAL technology solutions provider, Huawei, will continue cooperating with partners to develop the smart Safe City solutions tailored to customer needs.
The plans follow the conclusion of the Safe City Africa Summit and Kenya Showcase 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya, held in Kenya under the theme, “Leading New ICT, Making Cities Safer.”
“Adhering to the principle of customer centricity, Huawei cooperates with partners and customers to build smarter, safer, and better connected Safe Cities with our new ICT infrastructure featuring Cloud-Pipe-Device integration. Huawei’s Safe City solutions will comprehensively improve city management and contribute to city safety and prosperity in African countries,” said Diana Yuan, President of Marketing & Solution Sales Dept of Huawei Enterprise Business Group (BG).
Executives lauded the scheme’s success in Kenya where the major cities of Mombasa and Nairobi, following the completion of the project, improved their local security and according to the Kenya Police annual report.
Crime rates from 2014 to 2015 decreased by 46 percent in areas covered by the Safe City project, police statistics indicated.
Hong-Eng Koh, Huawei’s Global Chief Public Safety Expert, said the Safe City solutions could help in threats prevention, early detection for faster response and recovery with the aim of reducing loss of life and property and bringing justice and normalcy to society.
In the Safe City industry, Huawei has launched end-to-end Safe City solutions with its partners, serving 400 million people across more than 100 cities of over 30 countries.
– CAJ News