Companies today adopt smart technologies, the use of them gradually develop its business, maintain its competitiveness in the market, also thinks the leaders of the most developed cities are also in the adoption of these smart technologies in innovative ways to develop public services, and make the daily life of the people easier and simpler.
Seeking many cities currently to take advantage of big data, and emerging challenges such as: artificial intelligence, andmachine learning, andInternet of things, etc., to facilitate the daily life of the population.
In the last few years; grew smart cities and expanded in all over the world, and become more livable, and in this context; Play smartphones play a key role in these cities, providing real-time information about transportation services, health services, traffic, and security alerts, NEWS community to millions of people.
Showed report company Navigant Research Market Research; the annual revenue growth market for smart city technology in the world of $ 97.4 million in 2019 to $ 263 million by the year 2028, with expected cumulative revenue to about $ 1.7 trillion.
The report highlighted the 443 project covers 286 cities around the world, pointed out that the market is still cooked, where the check more cities and higher levels of integration between the services and solutions that rely on technology, which enhances data and insights across multiple sectors of operations and services.
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In the following 8 cities using big data and emerging technologies in innovative ways to reshape public services:
1. the city of Las Vegas, Las Vegas:
Under the city of Las Vegas ranked No. 25 in the list of cities most populated in the United States, reaching a population of over 664 thousand people, and hosts the city officials of the 43 million tourists each year, operating 24 hours a day, where buy the choice of Assembly, shopping malls, restaurants, high-end.
I thought the city the smart solution provided by the company (Hitachi) Japanese; which bears the name of “Smart Spaces and Video Intelligence“, a combination of hardware and software that combines the power of Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, big data, and analytics to get the best results by collecting data from surveillance cameras, sensors, the Internet of things, social media, and other sources already used.
Used city this solution to provide the insights of an integrated and depend on data of population movement, operations, and safety issues intraday, and to exploit resources more effectively, which helps in the promotion of Public Safety, Security, traffic, public transport, freedom, airports, ports, and much more.
The solution helps the city in dealing with traffic problems real-time, if the potential problem occurs in a specific location, it can be for the city to create maps of the streets and pointing to alternative ways, and take steps to fix the problem before you start thinking.
2 – the city of Seoul Seoul:
City (Seoul) Seoul is the capital of South Korea, live in this big city of nearly 10 million, one of the largest developed cities in the world, where you will find modern skyscrapers, and subway, working in modern technologies, temples, and palaces, and shopping centres.
As a result of its large population, waste management has become an important area, and in our digital age, has become big data, the Internet of things is part of the solution that can address the problem efficiently.
The company Ecube Labs developed smart solutions to manage waste in the city, this was the first smart city projects appearance in South Korea.
Provide Ecube Labs is a comprehensive solution to the waste management smart using a program based on cloud computing, and the latest sensors, the Internet of things, and containers are clever, including a full range of products are:
- Boxes pressure solar-powered waste (CleanCUBE).
- Sensors filling level ultrasonic (CleanFLEX), in order to control the amount of waste in each box.
- Big data platform gathers data from the funds (CleanCityNetworks).
- Platform (CCNx) is working on improved methods of manual assembly automatically, depending on the algorithms of machine learning.
This episode works on improving the methods of waste collection based on real-time data, providing predictive analytics to enable decision-making in advance, as reduce costs dramatically.
There are the products of the company Ecube Labs is now in more than 150 locations in the heart of Seoul, starting from theme parks, leisure places, tourist areas, and even the big stores, according to Guillaume Weill Guillaume Weil, director of the project.
3 – Amsterdam in Amsterdam:
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, famous for its artistic heritage, the canals of the historic, where there is nearly 1800 bridge, far more than any other city in the world.
Also owns the city’s first strong bridge in the world made by (printing three-dimensional) 3D-printing, a length of 12 meters, cross-channel Oudezijds Achterburgwal – one of the oldest canals in Amsterdam – in De Wallen De Wallen.
The company has developed the Dutch MX3Drobot a component of the six axes can be based three-dimensional printing on a large scale, in collaboration with the US software company Autodesk.
Bridge supports sensors innovative, you are sending data through cloud computing; to know by the analysis of the traffic over the bridge, and structural integrity, and to identify environmental factors such as: air quality and temperature. As everyone can send alerts when it requires maintenance.
4 – the city of San Francisco San Francisco:
The population of the city of San Francisco 884 thousand inhabitants, and this prompted the Transport Agency to the city (SFMTA) to focus on strategic objectives; to determine the priorities of transportation that don’t involve a car.
The city has a road network dedicated to the study of, and includes many types of infrastructure, such as dedicated lanes for bikes, and places to park bicycles, the roads are common, and tracks of the multiple uses, custom maps of bike paths and Bike Map.
To develop it; use the Transport Agency monitors intelligent automated control data of the main bicycle, which evaluated annually to determine the results of the use of bicycles in the city, using the information from these smart screens, added the agency’s 10 miles to the route network of bicycle area network, and developed 30 new intersections.
5 – city of Stratford Stratford:
The city of Stratford on the river (Avon) Avon, South West Canadian province of Ontario, one of the most important cities in the world that relied on emerging technologies to develop indicated its infrastructure, and its most important projects is what is known as (Project Parking Smart) Smart Parking.
Often stop the car in the process annoying and time consuming to get to the right place can stop the car, but data management smart cities can alleviate this pressure, through the development and reliance on new technologies. So the investment of the city of Stratford in new technologies so that people can spend less time searching for a parking place.
The city include the parking sensors in the asphalt in the 78 parking spaces, to these sensor signals via a wireless network placed is the place where the car or not, and displays the information on the map real-time.
There is also a dashboard developed by Company Information Builders – a company specializing in smart solutions, data analysis – show the users sites are empty, and other data including the percentage of the premises occupied, the average time you stand the car, and the number of cars that use a certain place on that day.
6 – the city of Copenhagen Copenhagen:
With dwindling global energy supply, and environmental impact for certain types of energy, the director should carefully consider the use of energy, and to rationalize the use of energy is a major challenge, faced by smart cities using big data.
She worked for a company Frederiksberg Forsyning for utilities in Copenhagen to improve the supply network of their own, but the reliability of the data was the biggest problem facing them, where the utility companies are often the clients for the readings of the counters monthly or annually.
To address this, the company has established a network across the country, then proved to be sensors in pipelines to measure the use of the point of production to the sub, then to the client, instead of rely on to get read of frequent work limitations in the areas, the has 700 data points are constantly working to collect the meter readings are instantaneous, and has helped them in reducing the loss of water, improve the efficiency of energy consumption.
7 – the city of The Hague Dutch:
Think Hague of the most important Dutch cities to attract tourists through its many tourist attractions, so the Office of Mayor of the city explore the possibility of developing lighting options in the city, not only using street lights attractive, but using a new mechanism to improve the energy performance and remotely controlled in real-time.
In order to implement it; the company DE NOOD’s leading street lighting solutions Classic, in collaboration with the company Tvilight solutions, smart lighting, for the installation of a lighting system smart, and used the latest techniques of data management of smart cities; to provide the level of control better, where operating systems sensor built-in lighting systems in the city to enable the LEDs to adjust the brightness automatically, based on the human presence in its surroundings.
8 – the city of Brussels Brussels:
Consists of transport services in the city of Brussels from 4 train lines, and 17-Line tram stop and 50 bus routes, the company which runs these services, which bear the name of the STIB – MIVB, relating to up to 400 million trips per year, and 1200 a bus, to take advantage of these big data, has collaborated with SAP, the German software company, and Cubis to analyze data, to gain access to the analytics required to enhance customer service, and operate the system more efficiently, while improving the passenger experience, and visitors.
Allowed this cooperation to enhance the efficiency of preventive maintenance operations for vehicles, greater transparency when it comes to using public funds, and the ability to meet the needs of travelers with disabilities, and reduce rates of environmental pollution.
Says Brian Duffy Brian Duffy, regional president of SAP in northern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa: “the cities are full of data that can help us understand the travel times, routes, and points of congestion on the network better, and if the use of this data in the right way can help people get to their destination faster”.