A SmartCloud Platform Enables Smart Parking – and More The SmartPark system is an intelligent IoT services platform that integrates parking, guidance, payment, and analytics. It relies on the SmartCloud service platform to gather data from thousands of installed IoT sensors that can register a vehicle’s arrival and departure and can process that information into valuable, real-time transportation system reporting.
Mobileye, Transdev ATS, and Lohr Group to Develop Autonomous Shuttles The collaboration is set to provide fully industrialized AV shuttles at scale to support an urban autonomous vision that could be easily and efficiently implemented in cities. On-road testing of autonomous shuttles is scheduled to start next year, with commercial services expected in 2023.
Smart, Connected School Buses Provide Internet Access During Pandemic School districts are transforming retired and unused school buses into large-scale mobile hot spots, providing free WiFi for students and community members in areas with high numbers of students without Internet connectivity.
WonderStore Uses IoT and Analytics to Create Smart Store Solution WonderStore provides brick-and-mortar retail stores with shopper insights that rival online shopping data analytics. To develop its smart store technology, WonderStore used Intel® DevCloud for the Edge to create a solution that can enhance real-time customer insights using the power of AI and the cloud.
IoT Eases Parking Stress in Smart Cities Drive-throughs, curbside pickup, and street closures to accommodate outdoor dining are all part of the new lifestyle norms for urban areas. To curb congestion, solution integrators are helping cities, airports, and retailers improve customer experiences with hassle-free, intelligent parking tools.
BrightSites Networked Poles Use IoT to Create Safer, Smarter Cities Signify’s award-winning BrightSites smart poles transform the standard light pole into a smart network hub. With an array of integrated IoT technologies, real-time data monitoring, and energy-efficient innovations, cities can monitor critical environmental health and safety information to improve the lives of their citizens and gain an easy pathway to 5G infrastructure.
Robots Track Inventory and Help Keep Shelves Stocked Bossa Nova and NCR are setting up robots in 1,000 Walmart stores to help track inventory, so shelves can stay stocked and items are priced accurately. The six-foot-tall shelf scanners roam through aisles taking images and collecting data, so customers can purchase the supplies they need.
Telehealth Provides Valuable Link for Multi-patient Care and Isolation Hardships In the fight against coronavirus, telehealth platforms with computer vision and smart cameras are helping to keep healthcare workers and patients safe and isolated communities more connected.
Retail Robotics: Automated Shelf Auditing and Analytics Robotics deliver positive improvements to the retail ecosystem, providing automated inventory monitoring and restocking functions.
Law Enforcement Offers Incentives to Install IoT Neighborhood Watch Cities such as Allentown, PA, are offering security camera system funding incentives to solution providers to help investigators solve crime and deter criminals on the city streets.
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