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How IoT is building a smart city?
Source:Original | Author:Calio of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2020-03-12 | 147 Views | Share:

How IoT is building a smart city?--C&T RF Antennas Inc

The population of cities around the world is increasing, and cities are struggling to cope.

As a silent force transforming the world, technology is now being used to manage the rapid urbanization process and create smarter cities.

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become an important part of creating a more efficient, sustainable, and resilient city, and demonstrated the growing impact it will have on people and the planet.

Growth of smart cities

Since 1950, the urban population has increased nearly sixfold, from 751 million to more than 4 billion in 2018, more than half of the planet's population. Over the next 30 years, cities are expected to add another 2.5 billion people.

This continued migration to urban areas has put greater pressure on public services and urban planning. As a result, cities are implementing technology and data-driven solutions to alleviate the additional pressures of this growth.

Smart city innovation

By 2022, smart city development spending will reach the US $ 158 billion, and emerging innovative technologies are expected to achieve significant growth, such as:

Equipment that provides real-time information to police officers to raise awareness and make better decisions.

Global compound annual growth rate (2017-2022): 62%

Allow cars to communicate with other cars, transportation infrastructure, and pedestrians.

Global compound annual growth rate (2017-2022): 49%

Anyone can access the data, which helps increase transparency for government and smart city programs.

Global compound annual growth rate (2017-2022): 25%

A solar-powered, smart bin with sensors allows the garbage collector to track garbage levels and optimize fuel use.

Global compound annual growth rate (2017-2022): 23%

Systems that collect data from different regions, such as pollution levels and traffic density, to better manage smart cities.

Global compound annual growth rate (2017-2022): 23%

These technologies may have a wide-ranging transformative effect on cities willing to accept them.