Las Vegas – January 6, 2022 – Clark County, Nevada and NTT (NTT Corporation, NTT Ltd., NTT DATA Services) have agreed to deploy NTT Smart Solutions for smart park initiatives.
The deal will begin with a pilot at Sunset Park where two specific use cases will be implemented: fleet occupancy and notification, and vehicle counting. By taking advantage of optical sensors, NTT Smart Solutions will help count and forecast the use of the fleet and its facilities, as well as the volume of vehicles entering and exiting specific roads in the park and near parking lots.
A web-based management dashboard will present real-time visualizations and predictive analytics in a single view pane to optimize and improve operational awareness and responsiveness at park premises.
NTT Smart solutions are designed to calibrate and manage data to reveal trends, discover powerful insights and generate predictive analytics. By deploying NTT Smart Solutions in this smart park occupancy pilot project, Clark County will be able to gain actionable insights for key stakeholders to make better decisions and better results and to lay the groundwork for future smart park initiatives.
Clark County Commission Vice-Chairman Jim Gibson, whose park district includes, said, “Sunset Park is one of our largest and most popular parks in the Las Vegas Valley. The data from this project will help us better understand how the park is being used so that we can respond with solutions as needed – not only at Sunset Park but at other recreational facilities across the county where we can deploy this technology. ”
Bob Leek, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Clark County said, “We are always on the lookout for innovative technologies that can increase the safety and security of our citizens while improving our internal operations. We believe NTT Smart Solutions will deliver results in both of these areas. ”
NTT smart solutions were originally designed to improve public safety and urban mobility in 2018. The solutions were introduced in Southern Nevada and NTT’s continued expansion in this region is a cornerstone of the growth of these solutions. .
Akira Shimada, Senior Executive Vice President, NTT said, “This is a very important milestone for NTT. In late 2018, NTT reached an agreement to advance and accelerate smart technologies in southern Nevada. Today, we are excited to demonstrate that we are continuing our partnership and our efforts to support Clark County and the Southern Nevada region to become the smart project leaders in the country. ”
Since 2018, NTT Smart solutions have also been implemented by other customers in several sectors. This includes the University of California, Berkeley for sidewalk management, INDYCAR for a better fan experience, Chicago’s Navy Pier for better situational awareness, transit agencies for passenger safety, and NZCIS for better training experience.
Globally, NTT plans to continue to forge ahead in developing its smart solutions capabilities and address new challenges facing organizations around the world, while contributing to local economic development.
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About Clark County
Clark County is a dynamic and innovative organization dedicated to providing superior service with integrity, respect and responsibility. With jurisdiction over the famous Las Vegas Strip and covering an area the size of New Jersey, Clark is the 11th largest county in the country and provides extensive regional services to 2.3 million citizens and 45.6 million visitors per an (2019). Included are the country’s 7th busiest airport, air quality compliance, social services, and the state’s largest public hospital, the University Medical Center. The county also provides municipal services which are traditionally provided by cities to 1 million residents of the unincorporated area. These include fire protection, roads and other public works, parks and recreation, as well as planning and development.