How to Build Smart Cities with IoT and Big Data?
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How to Build Smart Cities with IoT and Big Data?

By Gov CIO Outlook | Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Big Data and IoT are building the cities to keep them connected, smart, and convenient. The initial step toward smart cities is to utilize the collected data from diverse platforms and make full use of them.

FREMONT, CA: Several have already begun adopting the latest trend of using the Internet of Things (IoT) in shaping or advancing new cities.

More importance is being given to the leverage of IoT and Big Data applications in smart cities so that tools like smartphones, cars, and other daily appliances stay connected to distribute and gather information. The devices linked to IoT can be utilized independently and can execute a few actions when they collect any data that was previously set. The ordinary cases where IoT is leveraged in smart cities are:

Smart Lights:

Electricity is a significant element, but the most energy consumption is done by it. When the lighting system is supported entirely by IoT, any failure that occurs automatically gets reported to the system. The light’s power shall also rely on the time of the day; for instance, during day time, the lighting system will soften the lights on its own.

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Smart Waste Managing:

Waste management has also become smarter in the smart city with the sensor built garbage cans. These sensors help in letting the person know about the amount of waste they can carry or collect in it. The city’s waste management will have an idea regarding the level of garbage in the cans and when they reach the limit because of the sensors in it. AS well as become a guide for the waste management trucks to it by prompting directions.

Smart Parking:

These days, cities have gotten very crowded, so it is difficult to search for an appropriate parking spot. Not only is it frustrating for a citizen, but it also triggers pollution as they try to figure out a suitable place to park. In case the parking space is supported by IoT, the sensors built within can automatically direct the driver if the parking is filled or has some space. The sensors additionally help in connecting the navigation system that permits the drivers to find the parking spot closest to him.

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