In smart cities, a network of sensors, cameras, wireless devices, and data centres form the key infrastructure, which allows civic authorities to provide essential services in a faster and more efficient manner. Smart cities are also far more environmentally friendly as they use sustainable materials for building facilities and reduce energy consumption. Efficient use of technology helps create an efficient pollution monitoring system, transport management system, improve healthcare facilities, and develop a robust communication network to connect all businesses and people beyond the relationships between central and sub-national levels of governments.
A smart city can create an efficient and smart service delivery platform for public and municipal workers by installing sensors in the city. Platforms can be created that allow the sharing of information and be given to the public, city managers, businesses, and professionals. The platform can have a common data warehouse where different sensor systems store their information. Sensors can help make optimal use of resources with connectivity to tell us when and where to save. These sensors can control, detect and manage unnecessary use and make certain adjustments as needed.
Environment Sensors collect data from specified Env-Sensor equipment and then store, aggregate and display the data on a secure internet connection for multi-user remote access. Sensor Types:
Sensors gather data about pollution, temperature, rain, levels of gases in the city (pollution), and any other events on a daily basis. It is very useful and important information for citizens and administration to further take appropriate actions during the daily course / causes of any event. These environmental sensors connect via 3G or 4G wireless network.
Sensors sense the prevailing environment conditions and send the data to the control system where real time data resides and the same is available to various other departments and applications for further decision making.
Innosoft offers a full kit of environmental sensors. These sensors rely on dedicated mechanical structures that guarantee the best performance, even in challenging environmental conditions. They are adopted in many wearable devices to monitor health and for fitness programs, in smart home or other industrial applications to monitor weather conditions.