VANTIQ Case Studies Developing a Smart City of the Future

Developing a Smart City of the Future

Developing a Smart City of the Future - VANTIQ Industrial IoT Case Study

As a leading global telecommunications company, SoftBank is always looking for innovative new ways to expand its business and better serve its customers. With the proliferation of IoT sensors and connected devices across virtually all industries, SoftBank knew they needed a way to quickly and efficiently develop real-time applications to take advantage of bleeding-edge technologies and address the pain points of everyday city life.

SoftBank created this real-life sandbox at Port City Takeshiba in the heart of Tokyo Japan, naming it the location of their new global headquarters.

In order to successfully orchestrate all of these different city systems and provide a seamless experience for both employees and visitors to Takeshiba, SoftBank needed a surefire way to develop and deploy real-time smart city applications.

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SoftBank Group Corp. is a Japanese multinational conglomerate holding company headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, and focuses on investment management. The Group primarily invests in companies operating in the technology, energy, and financial sectors. 

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In order to efficiently integrate so many disparate systems and build their smart city, SoftBank needed an orchestration platform to manage the massive amount of incoming streaming data and integrate so many different technologies. To ensure the success of the Takeshiba project, Vantiq's real-time event-driven application development platform was chosen; below are a few of the key reasons why:

  1. Real-Time Data Integration
  2. Seamless Interaction With Smart City Systems
  3. Edge Computing to Curb Latency and Security Concerns
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