Global: In Mouser’s award-winning Empowering Innovation Together program, a new eBook centered on industrial automation based on All Things IoT is released. In the third and final eBook in the series, industry experts explore the innovative technologies and trends that cities are applying to emerge smart infrastructure projects. The book contains articles on LEDs and light fidelity (Li-Fi) lighting systems, threat modeling, and Internet of Things (IoT)-based pollution control. It also includes a description to learn more about a local company that is transforming the city into a Wi-Fi mesh network comprised of mobile hot spots and exclusive video of Mouser spokesperson Grant Imahara in Portugal. The All Things IoT series is funded by Mouser’s valued suppliers Digi International, Maxim Integrated, Murata and TE Connectivity.
“So far in the All Things IoT series, we’ve seen how connected technologies are improving our lives at home and in the workplace”- said Kevin Hess, Senior Vice President, Marketing at Mouser Electronics. “In addition he said, our experts also investigate the sometimes-unnoticed parts of our world where IoT can make a major difference, such as lighting, traffic, and green energy. This eBooks majorly focused on home automation and industrial automation.”
According to BlueWeave Consulting, Globally, we can see communities are turning to innovative information communication technologies (ICT) to re-imagine the way in which residents live, work and play, and the IoT is playing an important role in driving safer and smarter cities from just a vision into reality. In an IoT solution, devices and sensors are connected to a network where they can communicate with each other, or send data to a cloud-based platform where it is combined with data from other peripherals to be processed, with the value coming from the resulting analytics. Rapid technological modifications across these three elements are also quickening the global smart cities market to new level. Further, smart cities which are in process to get developed across the world are using innovative IoT solutions to decrease costs across services provided such as electricity by using smart grids and meters, water by using sensors to reduce wastage, and in refuse collection to enhance delivery and fleet utilization. Also, connected street lamps are now aiding municipalities save up to 80% in lighting energy costs and 90% in maintenance costs through the adoption advance IoT practices, thereby strengthening the positive growth of IoT in smart cities.
According to BlueWeave Consulting recently published report, Titled- “GLOBAL SMART CITIES MARKET BY COMPONENT(HARDWARE, SOFTWARE) BY APPLICATION (SMART GOVERNANCE, SMART UTILITY, SMART INFRASTRUCTURE, SMART HEALTHCARE, SMART SECURITY & THREAT, SMART EDUCATION, SMART BUILDING); SIZE AND FORECAST 2018-2024.”- Significant growth in next-generation technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), personalized healthcare, sustainable energy generation, and robotics are driving the smart cities’ future. Moreover, increase in residential preference towards adoption of advanced information and communication technologies (ICT) escalates the future market growth.