WE ARE ON A MISSION
TO ENABLE SMART-CONNECTED MOBILITY
This is Smart Mobility
Precipitation forecast and water-related
disaster response systems for the city
The most important feature of using IoT before, during, and after natural disasters is connecting the community and disseminating emergency information. This connectivity will keep more people safe and help everyone understand what is happening and what actions to take. As the IoT imbeds deeper into our lives, disaster relief efforts can improve, helping all of those in need.
Shuttle/Bus System: IoT makes it possible for passengers to access real-time information on where the closest bus is, how long wait times will be, and what available routes will be most conducive for their respective commutes. This works by equipping public buses with GPS and IoT-enabled devices to collect and transmit data to management instantly, and providing commuters with an app that displays this information.
Car Sharing Services: With the IoT, it is easier to share vehicles. People will start changing their habits, they will be consuming fewer private cars to own entirely. This can be an opportunity for the automotive industry to produce cars for sharing. A shared car is used more.
Parking has become an Achilles heel in the urban planning scenario. Lack of parking spaces, as well as parallel parking, has heightened traffic snarls at important junctions in cities. IoT-based sensors in parking lots can give out real-time information about empty spots to cars coming from a long distance and looking for a parking space. Such sensors have already been installed in European cities like Paris, France, and Kansas in the US. They have all seen remarkable results with a double-digit percentage reduction in parking issues observed in the span of a year.