IOT will help us face the challenges of the future
Urbanization seems to be a non-ending phenomenon. Today, 54% of people worldwide live in cities, a proportion that’s expected to reach 66% by 2050. This rapid urbanization is leading to smarter cities that are digitally transforming to improve environmental, financial, and social aspects of urban life.
- Switch lights on or off automatically according to the level of light in the environment
- This switching can also be done manually
- Obtain objective data for energy efficiency
- Control and monitor in real-time electrical assets
- Optimize the cost of public services
- Contribute to the reduction of greenhouse emissions
- Detects parking slot status with the use of a magnetic sensor
- Know if the parking spot it is occupied or vacant
- Reduce operational costs
- Revenue increase
- Reduce of traffic since drivers spend less time looking for vacant slots
- An emergency button is linked to public or private security systems
- Authorities are alerted in case of any act of crime
- They can have better response times in case of an emergency
- Better use of resources (personnel, security units, etc.)
- Authorities’ false movements are reduced
- Generally, drivers don’t know how full a trash bin is before they encounter it.
- Sensor-enabled and internet-connected garbage bins can collect information on fill level, temperature and location.
- With a user interface revealing the locations and fill levels of all bins, waste collectors can get an automated route planned for them that has prioritized areas in urgent need of cleanup and avoid disposal units that still have room.
- Optimize logistics and reduce fuel consumption, therefore save money.
Water Supply Network & Sewage System
- Measure water quality and levels of the water supply network and the sewage system of any city.