The main purpose of a city is to give people a place to live, including shelter, jobs, entertainment, food, and other things they need to stay healthy. Urban management is all of these things coming together to give people the items listed above.
IoTFI has been experimenting with IoT across all facets of urban life with the goal of more inventive, more responsive city services. New technologies are also delivering the advantages of energy-related IoT Solutions to consumers and benefits for cities. The system designs creative plans and management strategies for irrigation, enabling significant water conservation and more efficient resource distribution. It deals with storm-related flooding and wastewater control.
The company's sensor-enabled garbage cans measure waste levels in public bins, which also compact rubbish to prevent overflow. Assigned authority can increase efficiency by organizing collection routes where and when a pickup is required, thanks to the bins' data-sharing capabilities. In order to help drivers detect and react to potential threats on the road, Our system can also connect cities to drivers inside their vehicles, making it easier to spread vital information to the citizens.
IoTFI uses the technology of Lorawan, which is a low-powered wide area networking protocol designed to connect the sensors to the internet. The best things about LoRaWan are that it has a long-range, uses little power, and is cheap to connect. Moreover, it implements security for both the device and the network.
The company wants to promote inclusive urbanization and inexpensive, sustainable transportation systems. In addition to providing secure and affordable housing, minimizing the negative consequences of natural disasters, and minimizing the environmental impact of cities, our goals include safeguarding the natural and cultural heritage of the world.