Sidewalk Labs has some interesting ideas about how to start designing the cities of the future, and their first real-world experiment is in Toronto, Canada.
Smart cities exist for the people that live in them, and figuring out what those people want and need is a big step toward building better places.
Some smart cities see blockchains as a potential avenue toward empowering and connecting citizens and communities in some surprising ways.
There are certainly many benefits in building a smart city, and now the US Army would like to get involved too and is receiving first-hand data from the street.
If you think the street trash cans can’t be further improved, you just haven’t been introduced to the surprisingly large world of the Internet of Trash.
Smart cities are under development, and street lights are the key to connecting an entire city! Learn how BrightSites IoT Pole allows people on the street to connect to the Internet.
The advancement of IoT has impacted different sectors and industries. Here are some of the top industries transformed by IoT.
Streetlights play an important part in a smart city, as hundreds of millions of poles worldwide are being retooled to act as IoT data collection points.
Trueform Digital produces IoT smart city displays that are told what to show on their screens. They actively communicate with one another to paint a better picture of the environment they’re in.
Smart cities aren’t all about flying cars and robotic sidewalk cleaners. They’re more mundane than that: improving traffic flows and reducing energy waste are just a few of the priorities driving the modern idea of a smart city.