China's First Smart City Open Service Platform Launched In QingdaoDecember 3, 2013 | Print | Comments | Category: Internet, Law & Policy
The country's first smart city open service platform Icity365.com has launched in Qingdao, Shandong.
This is China's first public service platform which is based on open statistics from the government. Inspur Group participated in the establishment of this cloud computing platform.
A representative from this platform said that this website is divided into five major sections, including government service, living service, city feedback, application center, and a special topic service, and it will provide one-stop comprehensive services to citizens. Unlike other citizen service platforms in China, Icity365.com is an public open platform established on the government's open statistics.
As a natural information collector and manager, the government has large statistical resources, covering finance, agriculture, health, education, transportation, geography and population. Based on public service statistics, Icity365.com says it applies new-generation information technologies such as cloud computing, big data, the Internet of Things, and mobile Internet to allow convenient access to government, public and social services.
Qingdao is the first stop of Icity365.com. In the future, this platform will be open in over 30 provincial capitals and sub-provincial cities across China, making it a national public service platform.
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