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Sigma for Smart Cities

Service Control for Intelligent Urban Environments

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Sigma for Smart Cities

Tomorrow’s cities will exploit emerging technologies such as 5G networks and IoT-connected devices to become ‘smart environments’. Smart cities will depend on the coordination of many players and stakeholders, from device manufacturers to app developers, network operators and systems integrators – risking complexity and confusion that will block innovation and progress. Sigma for Smart Cities addresses this risk, efficiently managing the resources from which urban authorities will create, sell and deliver new and innovative services.

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CCO Simon Muderack on the six core pillars of Sigma's strategy

Next Done Now: On the Horizon
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In this video interview from Mobile World Congress 2019, our Chief Commercial Officer Simon Muderack reveals the strategic plan Sigma has for the immediate future. With 5G services on the horizon — and along with it the potential for newer industry verticals — Sigma will focus on supporting service provider customers as they grapple with digital transformation.

Sigma sees 5 key areas of interest and opportunity: 5G, NFV/SDN, IoT, New industry verticals, and alongside our existing commercial base for new opportunities, B2B has been an avenue for continued investment towards digitalization. But that’s not all — AI and machine learning will be a new area for Sigma to explore: With 6 million orders processed every day for our customers globally, and with 60 billion in revenue annually processed with Sigma software products, Sigma will look to use this data to better inform our customers how they can optimize their bottom-line in new, intelligent ways.

Sigma Supporting Ageing Population Services with Liverpool City Council

As the health and longevity of the urban population increases, so does the population’s need for help in leading active and rewarding lives. Connecting older people and their homes to a Smart City network will help the city respond to the needs of an ageing population with services such as:

  • Home health monitoring products
  • Transportation services
  • In-home meal services
  • Medical assistance services
  • Alerts and activity monitoring services
  • Home security products
  • Assisted city mobile applications
  • Telehealth and caregiver services

All of these are modeled in Sigma Catalog, which acts as a hub or marketplace for regulated third party services, broadening the older person’s range of available help and support.

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