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Industrial Internet of Things
Case Studies (24)
Vehicles with Sensors to Control Air Quality in Glasgow
Vehicles with Sensors to Control Air Quality in Glasgow
Libelium
Countries throughout the world have a need, and in many cases a legal obligation, to ensure air quality is meeting specific standards. Policies aim to reduce exposure to air pollution, by reducing emissions and setting limits and targets for AQI.Public authorities in cities have deployed static stations to monitor air quality data for a set of pollutant with specific, and high cost, sensing technologies. These stations provide highly accurate data but their cost limits the quantity of deployments, leaving large gaps in coverage.
Enhancing Environmental Control and Reducing Emissions in Nordic Smart Cities
Enhancing Environmental Control and Reducing Emissions in Nordic Smart Cities
Libelium
Municipalities and public institutions are concerned about air, water, noise or lighting pollution in cities. In the last years, it has become mandatory through several international regulations to reduce emissions that could impact in the environment and also inhabitants lives.Being a Smart City is more than just a trend, is a commitment with society and stakeholders.Carbon Track and Trace Project (CTT) aim is reducing CO2 emissions, combating climate change in cities and also developing a decision support system for cities greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions monitoring. It was funded by the Low Carbon City Lab flagship of the EU Climate KIC programme.
Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
Smart Cities Control the Health of Cultural and Historical Monuments
Telefonica
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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Vendors (58)
Streetline
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Streetline, the leading smart parking company, helps solve parking issues by delivering smart data and advanced analytics to customers worldwide. Streetline’s pioneering technology makes the parking experience for consumers easier, while making cities, universities, and corporate campuses more efficient and reducing their carbon footprint.
Sensus
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Sensus helps public service providers, including utilities and cities, reach farther by doing more with their infrastructure to improve quality of life in their communities.
Sensity Systems
Sensity Systems -
Sensity Systems uses energy-efficient LED lighting as the foundation for its IoT platform for Smart Cities. The company enables light owners to capitalize on the LED conversion process by embedding networking technology within both retrofit and new LED luminaires. With the Sensity open, privacy-by-design, multiservice NetSense platform, lighting owners are able to reduce energy costs and implement a variety of Smart City applications and services, including public safety, environmental and weather monitoring, parking management and location analytics.
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Events (19)
UK Smart Cities
UK Smart Cities

Sep 13, 2016   -   Sep 13, 2016
London
As urban areas throughout the UK continue to develop smart infrastructure and with growing demand for data and telecoms services, this seminar will consider next steps for the expansion and implementation of services across sectors including transport, communications, waste management and energy.Delegates will assess key issues facing the sector, such as long-term financing challenges, cyber security threats and developing standards to allow for sufficient access to smart services.We will also examine how policymakers and regulators can support the utilisation of existing infrastructure and innovation for new projects as technological capabilities evolve. Delegates will also discuss barriers to implementation, including planning difficulties in urban areas, the cost of infrastructure and how effectively commercial and public entities work together.
Smart Cities Summit
Smart Cities Summit
Informa PLC
Dec 06, 2016   -   Dec 07, 2016
Courtyard by Marriott, Boston, MA
The world’s population is urbanizing and expanding faster than ever.Municipalities all over the world are facing increasing pressures to grow, innovate and transform infrastructure, attract more investment, become more sustainable, and improve the quality of life for all.With increasing urbanization putting more pressure on governments to innovate, the smart city is a hugely attractive principle for city officials, citizens and the private sector, and education is needed now!At the summit, we’ll explore how to create successful collaboration between public & private sectors; the ways in which to fully leverage IoT Data; and the monetization opportunities that will help boost infrastructure, increase investment, make cities sustainable, and improve the quality of life for all.
Saudi Smart Cities
Saudi Smart Cities
Dar Al Riyadh and Nispana Innovative Platforms Pvt Ltd
May 16, 2017   -   May 18, 2017
Intercontinental Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE MINISTRY OF MUNICIPAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS (MOMRA), DAR AL RIYADH AND NISPANA JOINTLY ANNOUNCE THE FIRST SAUDI SMART CITIES CONFERENCE 2017With the economic diversification plans in place, key government authorities across kingdom are emphasizing on providing the best quality of life for their citizens, which means seamless transportation, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, round the clock security, affordable housing and most importantly creating citizen centric cities. Having realized that, the citizen centric cities can only be created through better urban planning and connected infrastructures using a combination of friendly policies, state-of-the-art technologies and good governance.Acting on the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, the Kingdom will be investing over US $500 billion into modernizing its infrastructure across the 285 municipalities to provide the best quality of life for their citizens on par with global standards and the major contributor towards these milestones would be the Smart Technologies.With the responsibility of developing urban infrastructure and creating citizen centric cities, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA), which is the governing body of all the municipalities across the Kingdom is hosting the First Saudi Smart Cities 2017 conference from 16-18 May at the Intercontinental Hotel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.The Conference will be convened under the gracious patronage of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs. It is, with the accompanying Exhibition, the first of its kind in the Kingdom which will feature over 1000+ attendees from across the Kingdom and abroad who are and will be involved in the Smart Cities project, and also feature presentation on best practices in Smart Cities from over 20+ countries. Since technology is the major enabler for the success any smart city, leading solution providers bothlocal and international will be showcasing their strengths and capabilities to help the Kingdom reach their ultimate goals.It is worth mentioning the Conference is jointly organized by Dar Al Riyadh – a company head quartered in Saudi Arabia with capabilities in Development of Smart Cities Profiles, Urban Planning, Infrastructure Design, GIS Services, Transportation Planning, and Smart Applications, and Nispana Innovative Platforms – a company head quartered in India, with offices in Dubai and USA, is a leading Business Intelligence firm hosting market driven and educational conferences and trainings.Prof. Abdullah Al Garni, General Manager, Dar Geomatics - Dar Al Riyadh quoted: “Our company has been working over the past four decades on developing advanced technologies and smart applications for the benefit of the national development; and given the privilege by the Ministry of Municipal & Rural Affairs to work on the Smart Cities initiative across the Kingdom, our company will be supporting this Conference for fulfilling the expectations of policy makers in the Kingdom, and facilitating knowledge sharing and meetings among key stakeholders who are and will be involved in the upcoming Smart Cities projects”.Mr. Narendra Kumar, Managing Director, Nispana added that “Nispana has been working with various government authorities over the past 18 months to contribute to the diversification effort of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in line with the VISION 2030. With the support of Minister of Municipal Affairs, we are very humbled to be one of the chosen company to be working on this initiative. I definitely look forward to a great event and we at Nispana look forward to extending our offerings and services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”. For more information, please contact:DarGeomatic - Dar Al Riyadh Mr. Saad Ayedh Al-Garni E-mail: Saad.algarni@daralriyadh.com Mobile: +96654539444 Website: www.daralriyadh.com Nispana Innovative PlatformsMr. Jaisimha Das, Head Marketing & CommunicationsE-mail: jaisimha.das@nispana.comMobile: +966 54 545 7305Tel: +91 80 4933 1001Website: www.saudismartcities.net , www.nispana.com
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Organizations (13)
Future Cities Catapult
Future Cities Catapult
United Kingdom | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
We are the Future Cities Catapult, a global centre of excellence on urban innovation. A place where cities, businesses and universities come together to develop solutions to the future needs of our cities. We’re one of seven ‘Catapults’ launched by the UK’s Technology Strategy Board. The aim for each of them is to become a world-leading innovation centre in its own specialist area. In doing this, we will help UK businesses develop the products and services that cities will need in the future, and then sell them to the world.Our Catapult is all about urban innovation. We’re focussed squarely on the challenge of urban integration: how cities can take a more joined-up approach to the way they plan and operate.
Demo Space
China | Incubator
Tsing Capital
Tsing Capital
China | Venture Capital
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Terms (4)
Contiki
Contiki
Contiki is an open source operating system for networked, memory-constrained systems with a particular focus on low-power wireless Internet of Things devices.
Geofence
Geofence
A virtual border applied to a physical space e.g. geofencing might be defined around a nursery, and when a mobile device crosses the nursery boundary, an alert is generated.
Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
The Russian global navigation satellite system with a constellation made of 24 satellites orbiting Earth.
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