The Internet of Things, or “IoT” for short, is about extending the power of the internet beyond computers and smartphones to a whole range of other things, processes and environments. Those “connected” things are used to gather information, send information back, or both. IoT allows businesses and people to be more connected to the world around them and to do more meaningful, higher-level work.

The Internet of Things, or “IoT” for short, is about extending the power of the internet beyond computers and smartphones to a whole range of other things, processes and environments. Those “connected” things are used to gather information, send information back, or both. IoT allows businesses and people to be more connected to the world around them and to do more meaningful, higher-level work.

It has its origin in two revolutions: urbanization and technology;

It is an intelligent city that manages its services in a transversal way having a holistic view on it;

It is a way to improve the quality of life by creating a new relationship model.

It has its origin in two revolutions: urbanization and technology;

It is an intelligent city that manages its services in a transversal way having a holistic view on it;

It is a way to improve the quality of life by creating a new relationship model.

BIG DATA

Big Data as being a great intelligence generator for making decisions in Smart City management.

With so much data generated by city devices (internal data) and by citizens (external data) through crowd-sourced mobile applications, they have to be manipulated in some way for real-time data presentation and support in definition of new city management policies.

Processing of this data is usually done using cloud computing.

OPEN DATA

With the generation of so much filtered data, Smart City provides the inhabitants and companies with an Open Data portal.

The use of open data strongly leverages a city in several areas such as: transparency and control of democratic acts, citizen participation in decision making, innovation, improvement of public services and impact on the local economy through the creation of new business.

BIG DATA

Big Data as being a great intelligence generator for making decisions in Smart City management.

With so much data generated by city devices (internal data) and by citizens (external data) through crowd-sourced mobile applications, they have to be manipulated in some way for real-time data presentation and support in definition of new city management policies.

Processing of this data is usually done using cloud computing.

OPEN DATA

With the generation of so much filtered data, Smart City provides the inhabitants and companies with an Open Data portal.

The use of open data strongly leverages a city in several areas such as: transparency and control of democratic acts, citizen participation in decision making, innovation, improvement of public services and impact on the local economy through the creation of new business.