Through the sensors connected to the low-power wireless network, it is possible to obtain data with an overview of the situation in the city and the village in real time. Thanks to the information you can save costs and improve the quality of municipal services. Fields of use include parking, traffic, lighting, sewerage, environmental monitoring (noise, air, temperature, etc.), property protection, building statics, or early warning systems.
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Device and data management for your IoT applications. You get the infrastructure and tools that help you to design and build a solution that you can deliver to the residents via the City Hive portal.
Measurement of noise - the creation of a noise map, the possibility of regulation of operation, construction, construction of protective noise barriers.
Measurement of intensity and range of illumination - the emergence of a city light map, the possibility of lighting control depending on the movement and traffic in a given location, it is not necessary to illuminate in all places non stop.
Parking - the ability to detect free parking lots and show them in an application.
Waste collection - tracking the filling of the garbage bins and containers and planning the collection route according to the actual needs and condition of individual containers.
Property protection - sound detection, movement, and intrusion alerts through sensors located in selected locations - more economical than a CCTV system, can send early warning signals.
Measurement of harmful air content in the air - the possibility of creating a map that monitors in real time and shows residents and institutions, such as nurseries, pollution in specific parts of the city, shows air pollution around roads, etc. According to the map, it is possible to regulate ventilation, active stay outdoors, but as well as transport in certain parts of the city.
Schools, sports grounds - "fluffiness" measurement - oxygen and CO2 content in the air, warnings of ventilation, etc.
We support great ideas!
If you have an exciting place where you could place IoT sensors
for the low-power wireless networks (LoRaWAN / LTE-M), please contact us.
If the idea is appealing and technically feasible, we put the sensors on your site at our expense.
The only condition is that the data will be available to all members of the IoT Hub.
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