The center will be a point of connection for local people, businesses and authorities with the aim of enabling the local government to better serve the people. This model is deployed on the smart city platform offered by the Military Industry-Telecoms Group (Viettel). At the center The center has launched ten smart city monitoring services simultaneously: an incident reporting service, urban surveillance cameras (for traffic surveillance, urban order and safety monitoring, and support for general planning and traffic development), warning, local press information monitoring, electronic cards for civil servants and officials, monitoring of public administrative services, electronic advertisement, environmental pollution, information security and trawlers. Of the above-mentioned services, the incident reporting service is the service with the highest rate of interaction with people. People can reflect and make recommendations on fixing shortcomings to the authorities directly via their smartphones or the center’s website. They can also attach photos and videos and send them to the authorities. The feedback will be recorded and transferred to the authorities for consideration. The process is reported and posted online, which allows people to track progress in real time. Meanwhile, urban monitoring services implemented via cameras have also actively influenced changes in the province. The… Read full this story
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