Waste management is a key part of city management—especially where it has become important to rethink cities for environmental sustainability. We must look for sustainable means to manage, reduce, and reuse the mountains of waste generated in cities every single day. A right step in this direction would be to bring technology into everyday city
The modern world points towards the creation of a smart city where computer systems can connect to IoT-enabled devices and sensors to get valuable information and data that can be used to manage cities efficiently.
IoT-powered solutions are largely used to address issues that an enterprise or a consumer is having. Nevertheless, that same technology can also be implemented to solve some of the most critical global challenges.
IoT can greatly optimize collection services and reduce operational costs for cities, transitioning waste management into data-driven collection processes.
Technology is a powerful catalyst for change. Carbon capture technologies, big data, AI, and other IoT trends enable groups to understand and fight climate change.
IoT-enabled devices and sensors are collecting construction job site data in a more affordable, efficient and effective way than previously imaginable.
The University of British Columbia Improves Campus Parking and Waste Management With LoRa® Technology
To meet the needs of more than 60,000 students, UBC used LoRa for its new smart campus solutions in waste management and parking.
There are two distinct approaches that will work in unison to meet the growing energy demands of our urban future: passive design...
Globally available IoT enables businesses to decrease costs and increase revenue across verticals such as manufacturing and agriculture.
Businesses and governments are starting to apply IoT to transportation problems from traffic to vehicle ownership. And rightly so—IoT is poised to reinvent transportation for smart cities and a smarter world.