25 Tech Solutions That Can Make an Impact in a COVID-19 World A new Intel eBook shares outlook and perspective on how intelligent and automated technology solutions may be able to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. IoT is positioned as a linchpin of emerging technologies that will help create a safer, healthier world.
Silver Lining to a Global Shutdown: Better City Air Quality Using satellite imagery, stationary sensors, and IoT air quality monitoring solutions such as the Bosch Micro-Climate Monitoring system, researchers are able to monitor air quality data from cities around the world. The real-time data provided by the sensors provides insights into the drastic—and positive--changes that have occurred from shelter-in-place restrictions during the pandemic.
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.
Smart Parking Meters: IoT and Solar Are Ticket to Efficiency Networked, solar-powered parking meters with vehicle detection sensors hit the streets, offering cities energy savings, reduced maintenance costs, and automated parking fee collection.
Smart Cities Technologies Give Back 125 Hours to Citizens Every Year An Intel-sponsored study by Juniper Research show that smart cities deliver positive outcomes for citizens, including increased time savings and productivity, increases in health and overall quality of life, and a safer environment.
Digital Kiosks Bring Connectivity, Communications, and Security to Dense Urban Areas CityBeacon kiosks use Intel® IoT capabilities to bridge the digital and physical worlds, giving citizens interactive access to a host of dynamic community information and enabling city leaders to create safer public spaces.
A Blueprint for Smart Communities: Understanding the Municipal IoT To realize the potential of smart cities, public agencies will need to work together and figure out the Municipal Internet of Things.
The Three C’s of Earning Government Business in Smart Cities Take your experience in government, transportation, utilities and energy, telecom and construction into smart cities to help them gather and analyze data from bridges, lamp posts, buses, fire hydrants, patrol cars, cell towers, water meters, public trash cans, and more.
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