Number of Case Studies39
Helping Dublin City Council deliver corporate and citizen-centric Smart city services
Helping Dublin City Council deliver corporate and citizen-centric Smart city services
Need for failover connectivity solutions to manage the monitoring and enforcement of traffic light sequencing and monitor air pollution noise levels around the city airport
Smart Liaoyuan: The First Smart City in Northeast China
Smart Liaoyuan: The First Smart City in Northeast China
• Liaoyuan's demands for building a high-quality smart city, covering multiple sectors, including city management, emergency command, public security, and health care. • Unable to connect different functional sectors for lack of a unified information system; without IoT, city management is restricted to manual intervention.
Karamay: Building the Safest City
Karamay: Building the Safest City
• The non-smart legacy surveillance platform lacks video processing capability, resulting in unclear images and low work efficiency • The existing information systems are isolated, making it difficult to centrally manage video surveillance products and achieve multi-platform interconnection and collaboration. As a result, intelligent analysis of massive data and effective data mining are impeded.
Number of Software5
M2M Intelligence Application
M2M Intelligence Application
You want to grow a valuable connected business, not worry about the technology implementation. M2Mi’s award-winning M2M Intelligence® Application provides the essential features you need to build and grow your M2M and IoT connected business.
Asset Mapping Platform
Asset Mapping Platform
Asset Mapping provides building owners, facilities managers and operators a single pane of glass view of their buildings. The platform gathers data about systems from separate energy management systems, BMS systems, software packages, spreadsheets, drawings and files, pulling them into a single web application.
MIIPS Open IoT Platform
MIIPS Open IoT Platform
MIIPS Open IoT Platform consists of four parts – read more about them below – that can connect to a vehicle, a building, or a system, among other things. Then there is the possibility of adding the functionality you want through various apps – such as camera surveillance, breathalyzer, or onboard Internet. Thanks to the platform’s openness, new apps can be created by us, our customers, or third party developers. This means you can confidentally scale up your investment with more features over time.
Number of Suppliers59
Sentilo
Sentilo
Open source sensor and actuator platform designed to fit in the Smart City architecture of any city who looks for openness and easy interoperability.
Kiunsys
Kiunsys
Kiunsys designs and develops innovative solutions for the management of sustainable mobility - Smart Urban Mobility, Smart Parking and City Logistics. Applying cloud, sensing and RFID technologies with an Internet of Things/Internet of Everything viewpoint and a clear focus on innovation and return on investment, Kiunsys answers the specific needs of municipalities and public companies responsible for the management of urban mobility, parking and City Logistics. Thanks to the constant commitment in developing innovative and concrete answers to the needs of the cities, Kiunsys is already one of the leading players in Smart City scene at national and European level.
Telensa
Telensa
Telensa makes wireless smart city control applications, including the world’s most widely deployed smart streetlight solution. Based on a compelling business case with proven scalability, Telensa’s solutions also provide a low-cost platform to add multiple city-wide sensor applications. The company’s smart parking solution includes some of the world’s largest deployments such as Moscow and Shenzhen.Fundamental to Telensa’s success is its Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Ultra Narrow Band (UNB) radio system, which has the unique combination of low cost, long range, long battery life and 2-way communication for massive numbers of devices. With over 9 million devices across 30 countries using UNB, it is easy to see why it is fast becoming the deployment standard for smart city control applications.
Number of Organizations4
Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living
Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living
Over the 3 month program, 10 selected high potential startups and 1 Startup in Residence will accelerate their companies with the help of our team of world class entrepreneurs which include: founders of Startupbootcamp Global and serial entrepreneurs Patrick de Zeeuw, Ruud Hendriks & Marc Wesselink; 150+ mentors from startups & companies like Cisco, TomTom, ING, Schiphol Group, PwC, Amazon, Google Cloud Platform, Intel and many more; 1.000+ angels & VC’s like Accel, Endeit, Earlybird, Sunstone, Google VC, Cisco VC and many more.
Hong Kong Science Park
Hong Kong Science Park
Elevate Hong Kong into a regional hub for innovation and technology development has been our vision since our inception in 2002. Throughout the years, we have cultivated a fertile ground for our innovation and technology ecosystem to thrive, and we will continue to evolve our services to help innovators stand amongst the world’s best.We channel supportive initiatives and resources to five major technologies clusters – Biomedical Technology, Electronics, Green Technology, Information and Communications Technology and Material and Precision Engineering. The technology clusters contribute to devising innovative solutions for three platforms in focus – Smart City, Healthy Ageing and Robotics.
LoRA Alliance
LoRA Alliance
LoRa Alliance is an open, non-profit association of members that believe the internet of things era is now. Their mission to standardize Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) being deployed around the world to enable Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine (M2M), and smart city, and industrial applications.LoRaWAN? is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification intended for wireless battery operated Things in regional, national or global network. LoRaWAN target key requirements of internet of things such as secure bi-directional communication, mobility and localization services. This standard will provide seamless interoperability among smart Things without the need of complex local installations and gives back the freedom to the user, developer, businesses enabling the roll out of Internet of Things.LoRaWAN network architecture is typically laid out in a star-of-stars topology in which gateways is a transparent bridge relaying messages between end-devices and a central network server in the backend. Gateways are connected to the network server via standard IP connections while end-devices use single-hop wireless communication to one or many gateways. All end-point communication is generally bi-directional, but also supports operation such as multicast enabling software upgrade over the air or other mass distribution messages to reduce the on air communication time.Communication between end-devices and gateways is spread out on different frequency channels and data rates. The selection of the data rate is a trade-off between communication range and message duration. Due to the spread spectrum technology, communications with different data rates do not interfere with each other and create a set of "virtual" channels increasing the capacity of the gateway. LoRaWAN data rates range from 0.3 kbps to 50 kbps. To maximize both battery life of the end-devices and overall network capacity, the LoRaWAN network server is managing the data rate and RF output for each end-device individually by means of an adaptive data rate (ADR) scheme.
Number of Use Cases3
Smart City Operations
Smart City Operations
Smart city operations include the range of solutions required to enable smart city concepts by integrating information and communication technology with senors and connected devices to optimize the efficiency of city operations and services. Smart city technology allows city officials to interact with both community members and city infrastructure and to monitor situation in the city in real time. Benefits for city managers include tracking events in the city in real time, managing congestion, improving operational efficiency, reducing emergency response times, and enabling remote management. Modern solutions will aim to integrate all city data into a single dashboard. Both historical and current KPIs are measured to conduct performance reviews and gap analysis, and to plan future infrastucture and service investments.
Traffic Monitoring
Traffic Monitoring
Traffic monitoring systems use city infrastructure and vehicle telematics systems to collect data on traffic flow. Ultrasonic sensors, video cameras, or other sensors feed live traffic data to a centralized server. The data can be used to develop applications to redirect traffic to less congested areas and provide real-time traffic updates. Further analysis on the data can be done to predict traffic density and improve road and city planning to minimize traffic congestion. An algorithm is used to predict traffic density to minimize traffic congestion.The infrastructure used in traffic monitoring can also be used for other connected car or smart city applications such as autonomous driving and emergency response. For example, RFID or UWB tags can be used to prioritize the emergency vehicles like ambulances and fire engines. In the case of emergency situations such as an explosion, fire and smoke sensors can be deployed on city infrastructure to detect hazards and re-direct traffic.
Smart Parking
Smart Parking
Smart parking solutions combine technology and process innovation in an effort to achieve faster, easier and denser parking of vehicles. With the help of GPS data from drivers’ smartphones or road-surface sensors embedded in the ground on parking spots, smart parking solutions determine whether parking spots are occupied or available and create a real-time parking map. Drivers are notified of the closest available parking spot and are guided to the parking spot by the map on their phone. Occupancy rate data from these systems can be collected and analyzed to improve city planning.
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