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The use of big data analytics in public lighting represents a significant opportunity for cities and municipalities to reduce energy consumption, optimize maintenance, and improve public safety. By collecting and analyzing real-time data from IoT sensors, cities can gain insights into the performance of their public lighting systems and optimize them for energy efficiency, while maintaining safety and security functions.

This enables cities to become more sustainable, save money in the long run, and provide a better quality of life for their citizens.

Case Studies

IoT assists a city in supporting its services.

In recent years, the adoption of IoT technology has grown significantly, and it has revolutionized the way cities operate. IoT sensor data is one of the main drivers of this transformation, allowing cities to better manage their services, increase efficiency, and improve the quality of life for their citizens. In this article, we will explore how IoT sensor data can help a fictive city to support its services.

How we help cities district heating systems operate more efficiently

As cities around the world strive to reduce carbon emissions and transition to more sustainable energy sources, district heating systems have become increasingly popular. District heating systems use a network of pipes to distribute heat from a central source to buildings and homes, providing a more efficient and environmentally-friendly way of heating. However, managing and optimizing district heating systems can be a challenge, which is where IoT sensor data comes in.

How Our Solution is Changing the Game in Public Lighting

Public lighting plays a crucial role in ensuring safety and security on our streets, but it also has a significant impact on energy consumption and the environment. With the advent of big data analytics, cities and municipalities can now use data to optimize their public lighting systems, reducing energy consumption, maintenance costs, and carbon emissions.

How we support electric vehicle charging stations in smart cities

The rise of electric vehicles (EVs) has brought about a new set of challenges and opportunities for cities. One of the major challenges is ensuring that there are enough charging points available to meet the growing demand for EVs. This is where big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) can play a significant role in helping cities manage their EV charging infrastructure more efficiently.

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