Consumer & IoT
Smart Cities & Connectivity
People have started to realise the need for more climate protection but still human-centered structures. Connected devices and managed services, autonomous sub-systems shall contribute to a new balance both in the physical and the virtual space. Our intelligent city-level approach for local networks and communities prevails.
The smart city concept has become increasingly important in innovation, environmental protection, and development. Where are we now, and what can we expect in the future?
Nowadays, there is an increasing emphasis on environmental protection both on a private and a corporate level. People are beginning to realize that our planet’s resources are finite, and most companies are already trying to do everything they can to achieve sustainable development.
Fortunately, there is no need to choose between technology and the environment today since one can serve the other. The concept of a smart city employs the latest technologies and innovations that improve the lives of a community. IoT technology, augmented and virtual reality, and big data technologies are all gaining ground in this setting.
A smart city can entail any solution that uses “smart” technology to make a city more livable. New tools include automated, remotely controlled security cameras, voice recognition sensors that help detect and identify crimes, LED bulbs in public lights, or smart parking with sensors.
Smart cities require various innovative tools that come with their own set of regulations, from apps to radars, from sensors to energy-sparing green technology. Due to our expertise in the field, Qtics can help you by identifying the standards pertaining to your products and guiding you through the certification process.