30 Dec '16, 2am

#IoT: Envisioning the #SmartCity of 2025

The smart city they envision for the year 2025 is low-carbon and highly connected, with intelligent networks that respond to traffic jams, construction work, and long-term plans. Buildings are primed for saving energy with sparing use of electric light and HV/AC. Innovia studied companies currently using big data in order to determine what did and did not work for them. Among their findings include that the person providing the data to an IoT device is often also the end user, which means that the IoT provides an innate reward to the user for providing accurate data. The value of the IoT comes not in a quick monetary turnaround, but after the interconnected sensors are up and running. The definition of owning data may change as more companies collaborate and share data gathered by co-owned IoT devices. Their city of the future is the ultimate extension of the rideshare ide...

Full article: https://www.pddnet.com/news/2016/05/envisioning-smart-cit...

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