The new Internet of Things (IoT) applications are enabling Smart City initiatives worldwide. It provides the ability to remotely monitor, manage and control devices, and to create new insights and actionable information from massive streams of real-time data.
Low-cost IoT air quality sensors are small, can be mounted, for example, in lamp posts and give real-time data to measure the quality of the air by controlling several parameters
Automatically adjust the light switch and brightness according to the set lighting plan. Including surveillance, sensors and Panic button. Customizable
A system where centrally-controlled traffic signals and sensors regulate the flow of traffic through the city in response to demand. Including car parking sensors to determine free parking spot
Increased number of IoT sensors and devices will enable more control and greater energy savings over
time by utilizing Smart Energy Management System.
Able to monitor water quality to give alert on water contamination. Also give prediction on potential flooding
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