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IBM and Salerno Cooperate to Develop a Smarter City
Date:5/19/2009

Two-dimensional tags will be used to exploit the cultural and artistic heritage and better serve citizens. A smart tourist route will be created within the famous citizen park in the old town of Salerno, providing visitors with information through their mobile phones as they explore the area.

The third solution, named "I am well", will provide distance health monitoring of the elderly, through a simple electronic device which will advise them on the right time to take medication, monitor their blood pressure, and provide doctors and family members with an online updated status report.

The fourth solution will be an urban traffic monitoring and control system, using technological components already available in traffic lights, limited access streets, and surveillance cameras. The aim of the project is to manage and share information regarding traffic flow, the availability of parking spaces and parking tariffs in the city centre.

"Salerno is proud to be at the forefront of an intelligent project of this kind," said Vincenzo De Luca, Mayor of Salerno. "This demonstrates Salerno's excellence in serving the community and our vision for the future. I'm confident this cooperation with IBM will hasten the application of technology to improve our lives, thanks to a positive collaboration between Public Administration and private companies."

Elsewhere, IBM is working with many other authorities on smarter systems. The cities of Singapore, Brisbane and Stockholm are all working to reduce both congestion and pollution through intelligent transport solutions. These solutions and many more are making a real impact today, the first step towards creating a true smart city.

"It is vital for the future that we transform our cities into accessible, dynamic, thriving communities," said Luciano Martucci, General Manager, IBM Italy. "In cities like Salerno, technology can make the local sy
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