Saving of the most precious resource: time.
Management of: lighting, parking, waste, traffic lights.
The prerogatives in the smrt city perspective are represented by innovations to improve the lives of citizens, saving resources and money and increasing the individual return on investment. The main focus is however oriented to create a vision of the city that is pluralistic, accessible to all and that puts the citizen himself at the center of it, solving processes that if streamlined will offer significant returns in the long term.
What aspects does the Smart City touch?
- Life quality
- Public administration
- Urban plan
- Internal projections
- Social cohesion
- Mobility and transport
- Human capital
What can be measured thanks to the smart city?
- Air quality and pollution: Measurement of pollution levels in urban and industrialized centers
- Noise pollution: Monitoring of noise levels in urban and industrialized centers
- Waste Management: Control of filling levels of waste containers to optimize the organization of transport services
- Lights: Management of the public lighting system to optimize the energy consumed
- Parking: Monitoring of parking spaces
- Palaces: Structural analysis
- Flows of people: Monitoring of vehicles and pedestrians to optimize car routes
- Parks and green areas: Monitoring of water consumption
Additional benefits of the Smart city include:
- Products constantly updated and developed to ensure greater efficiency.
- Alliances with specialized companies, integrating the best sensors on the market
- Interoperability: many wireless technologies for communications.
- Operability on compatible cloud platforms.
- High sensitivity and reliability sensors.
- Particle sensors: capable of detecting even dust.
- Long battery life
- Physical characteristics of quality
- Minimal maintenance costs
- Resources resistant to adverse weather conditions
- Easily developable