"Smart cities" are the ultimate in-motion application use case for Internet of Everything innovators.

The smart cities vision--driven by a new wave of public sector & tech business collaboration--is what SWIM has been purpose-built to serve.

 
 
The SWIM smart city reference application (pictured above) merges realtime data from environmental sensors, public transportation & city infrastructure to build a new "in motion" context that can be consumed by commuter applications.

The SWIM smart city reference application (pictured above) merges realtime data from environmental sensors, public transportation & city infrastructure to build a new "in motion" context that can be consumed by commuter applications.

 

Swim In-motion Smart city visualization app

The SWIM Smart City reference app combines data from environmental sensors, public transportation, city infrastructure and realtime context to deliver a rich smart city experience. This is one example of public sector and private sector data feeds being seamlessly integrated to create something truly "smart"

For smart cities to become a reality, public sector visionaries need a true smart city backend that can securely manage hundreds of thousands--make that millions--of realtime device data streams from smart lighting, smart buildings, smart transportation systems and smart energy grids.

But smart cities also need to provide the software foundation for new application development that can attract new industries to the area while improving citizen quality of life.

The SWIM Fabric enables public sector organizations and their private sector partners to take in-motion apps to market faster and at a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than competing solutions. 

Developers can rapidly build both client and server-side logic using SWIM Fabric SDKs and pre-integrated functions. This provides early visibility into the application functions and an iterative development methodology which allows more flexibility for changes and meeting the requirements of diverse smart city constituencies.

See the SWIM Smart City Visualization App in action >