Intelligent street lighting is recognized by many city leaders as a first step toward the development of a smart city and can help cities increase energy efficiency, keep residents safe, improve sustainability, and attract new businesses.
Over 90% of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day. Smart and sustainable future cities can help.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 7 million people die each year due to exposure to air pollution, a problem that extends to the majority of countries around the world.
Water loss from aging, failing pipes, faulty metering and theft often means lost revenue for utilities and higher rates for consumers. We can do better.
Connected street lighting is making cities safer and more energy efficient.
Would you like to live with smart city technology? If so, what technology would you like to see implemented in your smart city?
The largest vertical garden in the world is a green giant in Colombia's densely populated capital city of Bogotá that's helping residents breathe.
Smart cities are coming. Municipal governments around the globe are employing big data and Internet-of-Things applications to improve many aspects of daily life.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric will use the IPv6 IoT platform from Silver Spring Networks to roll out smart streetlights in the state, which could lead to improved safety and lower costs.
If you’re not paying attention to what’s going on in energy, you should. This time it’s the “enernet,” not the internet, that will transform our lives.
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