Becoming a smarter, safer city is key to Hong Kong’s future strategy to attract business investment and improve quality of life for citizens and visitors.
Hong Kong has relatively low crime rates, particularly given how densely populated it is. In a densely-populated urban environment such as Hong Kong, however, the opportunities for crime and terrorism are always present and the police force and other public-sector organisations must do what they can to stay a step ahead of would-be criminals.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help security forces maximise their resources without increasing headcount. By implementing a citywide surveillance system, police and other public-sector organisations can improve safety for Hong Kong citizens.
Furthermore, a citywide surveillance system can uncover data that can help city planners make Hong Kong a more liveable city for its citizens.
Our expert Kenneth Law shared three ways that AI can make Hong Kong smarter and safer. Download our full insight to understand what technology is required to achieve these goals.
Director of Application Business Development,
Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited
Kenneth Law is Director of Application Business Development at Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited. With more than 20 years of experience in the ICT industry, Kenneth brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise spanning technical consulting to software development. In this role, he is responsible for developing digital solutions and business applications to support the digital transformation journey for enterprise customers, and exploring business opportunities for Fujitsu Hong Kong.