All entries under "Smart Places"
Report shows that 76% believe smart cities don’t existA new report shows that 76% of city officials believe that although many have started their journey, smart cities do not truly exist yet.
UK capital taking steps to eliminate air pollutionTwo million people in London live in areas with illegal levels of air pollution. Measuring air quality is a major strategy in the fight against air pollution, Pinacl makes it easier to gather and monitor data through its Air Quality Sensors.
Smart cities can improve quality of livesSmart cities add digital intelligence to their city to solve issues that the public face and to achieve a higher quality of life for them.
The importance of people-centred smart citiesWhile smart cities aim to improve the places where people live, all too often this comes in the form of top-down innovation. However, to reach their full potential they need to focus on the citizens, not just the technology.
Why smart cities should start with street lightingWith the population levels in cities across the world growing, local authorities are adopting new technological advances to help them be more efficient. An intelligent street lighting infrastructure is the easiest way for local authorities to begin their smart city journey.
Is data sharing the future for smart citiesThe number of cities implementing smart city applications is on the rise, with data playing a key role in the success. Sharing this data across citywide departments and platforms is an essential element of any smart city plan.
How Smart Cities are helping the environmentSmart Cities use technologies to enable new services to be developed, and existing services to be improved, including economic development, citizen well-being, and sustainability.
Top 5 Technologies Crucial for a Smart CityThe revolution in communication technologies has driven the demand for access to services, data, and applications from anywhere at any time. Using these technologies, Smart Cities enable new services to be developed and existing services to be improved for citizens.
The 3 layers of a Smart CityThere are three key layers to consider when implementing a Smart City Strategy
How do you monitor flood levels?If your town is an at-risk area, then you need to take a proactive approach to flood monitoring.
Pinacl’s Digital Property Management – Strengthening the evidence against disrepair claims for Social Housing Providers.The volume of disrepair claims against registered providers (RPs) of social housing has increased significantly in recent years. And disrepair claims are often accompanied by costly public liability claims.
7 simple steps to building a Smart CityBy now, most people will have some idea of what IoT stands for and its growing importance to society. However, knowing how to implement a digital transformation strategy and kick start your IoT journey can be daunting, so we’ve put together 7 steps to help.
Pinacl unleash the ultimate ‘open-access’ IoT Launch Pack for CouncilsPinacl offers a range of IoT solutions that can benefit Councils. We can deploy a range of sensors tailored to meet the specific requirements of your Smart Place.
Lifts take us where we need to go, now IoT is taking lifts to a more efficient placeAs technologies come together, IoT solutions are now reaching a level of maturity which is enabling their mass production, reducing their ownership costs and in turn accelerating their uptake and demand.
How can IoT monitor air quality in Towns and Cities?Worldwide, people are becoming more concerned with air quality conditions as pollution is becoming widely recognised as a severe risk to the public’s health.
What is a Smart Place?Technology can connect infrastructure, business, communities, public service and individual citizens in ways that were previously impossible, improving economic and social well-being and transforming public services. But this research is about how that technology can be used better and more effectively to achieve these connections, not about the technology itself.
Are we ready for the Internet of Things?With all the hype around the Internet of Things, you would think that every technology provider is a contender looking to grab market share.
Why Local Authorities are a catalyst for Smart Cities to succeedRemember the days before the Internet? Scouring books and newspapers to gather information and navigating your journeys with a Road Atlas? As technology evolves, we are quick to forget how much has changed over the last 20 years.
Smart Cities: A blueprint to successSmart Cities, Smart Places, Future Cities, Digital Cities – common words you have probably heard or read about and ultimately they lead to the same concept.
When Should You Consider Dark Fibre?In this digital age the demands being placed on a businesses ICT infrastructure continues to grow at a rapid rate – which typically means so do the ongoing running costs.
The Rise of Smart PlacesThe revolution in communication technologies has driven the demand for access to services, data and applications from anywhere at any time. Whilst this is a more straight forward proposition to deliver in a private space or smaller public area, providing the same service for larger public spaces can be a complex and costly task if not approached in the right way.
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- Property Management
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