Smart City

Smart Solutions for Urban Sustainability
Cities are evolving into "smarter" entities by leveraging infrastructure and environmental monitoring to enhance service quality. But what exactly constitutes an improvement in a city?
Achieving urban sustainability is a gradual process, but providing tools for the general population to monitor their carbon footprint can significantly reduce emissions. Applications tracking water consumption and monitoring air quality offer real-time data, empowering individuals to adjust their lifestyles for sustainability and safeguard themselves from harmful pollutants.
Today, cities worldwide are reaping the benefits of efforts to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, employing systems to monitor traffic lights, streetlights, and electric vehicle charging stations. As cities globally continue to embrace smart technologies, this transition necessitates reliance on automation, connectivity, and interoperability among IoT devices.
How Wi-SUN is Enhancing Urban Intelligence
The communication needs of smart utility networks and smart cities often overlap, allowing for the utilization of the same networking architecture.
Smart cities can leverage the existing wireless communications infrastructure provided by Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) or street lighting networks to enable other applications. These include smart traffic signals, public transit displays, parking management systems, electric vehicle charging stations, and more.
Wi-SUN is interoperable. Robust, secure, open, and interoperable solutions based on the IEEE 802.15.4g wireless standard will play a critical role in the development of smart city and smart-utility-related applications for today and for years to come.
The Wireless Mesh Networks are designed to provide adaptable and highly dependable connectivity, even in the most challenging conditions. This flexibility enables them to excel in diverse urban environments, contributing to the reliability of smart city infrastructure.
IoT Analytics estimates that the connected streetlights market will surpass US$3.6 billion in 2023, and will grow with a CAGR of 21%.


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