Smart City Solution

Smart city concept refers to cities that allow real-world urban data to be collected and analyzed by the use of software systems, server substructure, network infrastructure, and client devices. Moreover, it assumes implementation of solutions, with the support of instrumentation and interconnection of sensors, actuators, and mobile devices.

Smart city is a novel concept aimed at managing cities (urban areas) in a modern way, using the latest technical means offered by  advanced  technologies  (including  IT),  according  to  the  environmentally-friendly principles and while maintaining the tendency to save resources and achieve the expected results. 


Urban development and improvement of the city has been turning towards technology. Smart cities use different information and communication technologies (ICT). Solutions characteristically includes various aspects of a city ecosystem such as smart infrastructure, smart operation, smart service and smart industry, smart education systems, or smart security systems.


From DigitalTo SmartCity

Cities are now transforming from digital cities to smart cities, digital or intelligent cities that are more technology oriented equivalents of smart city concepts. A city becomes “smart” when it is instrumented, interconnected, adaptive, autonomous, learning, self-repairing, and robust. Parts of its infrastructure and facilities are digitally connected and optimized by using ICT to deliver services to their citizens and other stakeholders.

For all the advancements in technology and complicated algorithms of today, a smart city retains the goal of the traffic light: using technology to make things work better.
The idea has seized hold of city planners worldwide in recent years as new and cheaper digital devices, better internet connections and the rise of big data have allowed dreams to become possibilities.

With the right funding and support, bigger initiatives can be added, such as intelligent lighting and waste management systems. Driverless cars will become integral, as will smart parking systems and energy-efficient buildings. The possibilities are almost endless.

Smart Mobility

Smart Mobility

owing to the ICT sector, a city becomes a huge network of connections between all of its resources. Both traditional transport and digital communication should be based on advanced technologies needed for the rational utilisation of existing infrastructure.

Citizens could arrange a personalized travel experience irrespective of location. Wherever they are in the city, they could access a variety of options with their phone: a rideshare, an on-demand bus, an automated car, special transport for children, or traditional public transit. Residents could purchase “mobility packages” from private operators that would give them a host of options depending on weather, time of day, and demand.