Data transformation makes data organised, and it allows organisations to bring their data from different locations and formats to meaningful information
Goal 9 and Goal 11 are the two goals to focus on primarily for IoT and Smart Cities. itus aims to employ Artificial Intelligence and IoT to meet the SDGs within its allotted time frame.
It is necessary to aggregate and pool data to unlock its value. Sharing data creates new opportunities, increases revenue, reduces direct costs and improves efficiency in operations.
Industrial IoT is the next level of IoT. It is used for industrial purposes such as manufacturing, supply chain monitor, and management system.
Many local governments use multiple systems and technologies that don't always integrate. Introducing technology can help make a Smart City but teams can find it scary. Technology enhances people not replaces them.
The Egyptian Government's new "Smart City" capital will open later this year. Acud will be home to 6.5 million people.
A Smart City uses technology to increase efficiency and build more adaptable cities.
Road damage on Old Windsor Road in Richmond NSW Australia after recent flood damage
Cities exist on a sliding scale of digitisation. Anything in a city that is not digital is considered analogue. Many of the core functions of cities are the definition of analogue, e.g. roads, bridges, water systems, buildings, parks, hospitals, and airports.
Smart City development is not linear and developing countries should advance in leaps and bounds. India is having success.
Urban environment + data + people + action = Smart Cities