IoT infrastructures and smart cities
Problems of mobility within and between cities have always been a major hurdle. Internet of Things (IoT) makes it possible to create an intelligent infrastructure and to respond to many of the city’s challenges.
Smart mobility refers to innovative solutions dedicated to:
– avoiding traffic jams
– suggesting time travel and itinerary
– providing information on available parking spaces.
Combining technological and energy efficiency
A Smart City needs technological efficiency in transport, communication, services etc… all while ensuring optimal energy efficiency.
Enerbee‘s innovative autonomous technology fuels solutions to manage, serve and support the ever-growing urban population.
Systems implemented have the following objectives:
– save time
– save energy
– reduce emissions of gases and particles
– to offer new urban services.
Consumers, citizens, territorial institutions, and private companies will benefit from those schemes.
FAQ Mobility & Smart City
In transport, train, plane, boat, the equipment is built for a long lifetime (more than twenty years). It is therefore impossible to install connected sensors without facing problems of cost, weight and safety. It is also inconceivable to change batteries regularly.
By installing autonomous, wireless and battery-free solutions, it avoids renewing complete fleets. The service life of the equipment is by consequence extended, evolving and adapting to the ever changing passengers’ needs.
Equipping transports with autonomous wireless sensors makes it possible to prevent, anticipate maintenance also provide more services to ever more demanding customers.
Sensors based on Enerbee’s technolgy can be used to obtain accurate real-time information on traffic flow, network status, possible delays on a line, CO2 emissions, etc.
Optimizing means of transport and providing more information to users is of paramount importance. Having an accurate map of the state of equipment thanks to connected transport is also a valuable asset for the operator.