Telefonica Case Studies Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
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Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments

Telefonica
Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
Equipment & Machinery
Quality Assurance
Smart City Operations

The customer wants to control of the “health status” of cultural and historical monument of the city in order to facilitate decisions on maintenance and preservation.

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City council of a Spanish City that has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO where some National Heritage Monuments are located.

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E2E Solution: end-to-end solution that help with the monitoring and maintenance of heritage assets. Monitoring: different types of sensors installed that will monitor and control relevant environmental aspects such as temperature, humidity, light and xylophages detectors in selected areas of the monument.

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Humidity, Lighting, Operating Cost, Per-Unit Maintenance Costs, Temperature
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Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)
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[Data Management - Real Time Data Analysis]
Real-time analytics
[Efficiency Improvement - Maintenance]
Automatic corrective measures
[Cost Reduction - Maintenance]
Reduced costs
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