A Smart City is the effective integration of physical, digital and human systems in the built environment to deliver a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive future for its citizens. Sometimes, we talk about IoT of People for this project. Infact, to be truly “smart” it is essential that cities equip themselves with enabling infrastructures that help the development of intermodal services, support new ways of interacting with customers, citizens and service providers in an environment crowded with a multitude of devices and vehicles that contend for the same bandwidth and where the 802.11p protocol limit could be an issue. Together with the storage of large amounts of data and the availability of services, the context is truly challenging.
For this reason we have developed an intelligent framework based on cloud services, the so-called microservices, which can help municipal and highway concessions to maximize the return on investment and the customer experience.
Our IOT4ITS framework favors a smooth flow of information that flows correctly from the IoT sensors to the management system and finally to the ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) infrastructure.
The use of Cloud Microservices makes measurements and information widely available for higher levels so that APP developers can use them for multiple applications.
The acronym MaaS (Mobility as a service) describes an innovative way of moving that best represents the concept of shared mobility understood as a service to be used according to need.
Moving from a lifestyle based on owning a means of transport to a lifestyle based on the concept of Mobility as a Service certainly means guaranteeing many benefits to the individual citizen, society and the environment.
Like all “as a service”, the MaaS usually provides for a monthly subscription that allows you to use a bundle of public and private transport between trains, buses, taxis, car, bike sharing and more that can be used unlimitedly with a single subscription, usually through an app.
Ensure the efficient management of all activities related to on-street parking: assessment of parking, reporting, maintenance, and planning.
The digital management of city lightning as an opportunity for connection and interaction of the areas that make up a city, from the center to the suburbs.
The data collected by the sensors in the field are managed through prediction algorithms and predictive models to control the pollutants and suggest the appropriate actions.
The Smart Security section designs, supplies and installs security systems and offers technical surveillance services for public and private customers, simplifying their management.
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