The Definition and Background of Smart City

Definition of smart city Smart city (English: smart city) originated in the field of media. It refers to the use of various information technologies or innovative concepts to connect and integrate urban systems and services, so as to improve the efficiency of resource utilization, optimize urban management and services, and improve the quality of life

Development of Intelligent Transportation:From Intelligent Transportation to Smart Transportation.

At the end of last century, with the rapid development of social economy and science and technology, the level of urbanization is getting higher and higher, and the number of motor vehicles is increasing rapidly. Traffic congestion, traffic accident rescue, traffic management, environmental pollution, energy shortage and other issues have become common problems faced by

Main applications of intelligent transportation system

Intelligent transportation system (ITS) is the predecessor of intelligent transportation system (ITS), which was proposed by the United States in the early 1990s. In 2009, IBM put forward the concept of intelligent transportation. Intelligent transportation is based on intelligent transportation and integrates high-tech IT technologies such as Internet of things, cloud computing, big data, mobile

IoT Industrial Devices Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis System Based on IoT Industrial

With the rapid development of industrial Internet of things and intelligent sensing technology, more and more IoT industrial production devices and heavy devices begin to use intelligent perception and embedded monitoring system to monitor the production process or equipment status in real-time and fault prediction, so as to timely and accurately carry out real-time state

What are the factors that affect Internet of things (IOT) devices

In the foreseeable future, network security will still be a priority for most organizations. Hackers are still actively trying to infiltrate various network systems of companies and individuals. Blackmail software, malware, spyware and other unnecessary programs continue to infect systems, destroy data and steal intellectual property rights. The following are three main factors that will