The Application Scenarios of Smart City

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1.Smart meter reading

Smart meter reading involves real-time data collection, fault detection, and data transmission for water, electricity, and gas meters. It reduces labor costs by substituting wireless backhaul for manual meter reading and other short-range backhaul methods. Real-time and efficient data collection realizes reasonable energy allocation and increases energy utilization.


2.Smart lighting

Densely distributed on roadsides in smart cities, street lights have to meet communication requirements such as remote control, status monitoring, and fault locating. With eLTE-IoT modules integrated, street lights can be remotely controlled and maintained, which saves energy and reduces labor costs.


3.Smart parking

With a growing number of vehicles in modern cities, parking becomes an increasingly burning issue. As a priority, real-time detection of parking space status and data backhaul must be realized to improve the usage of parking lots. To this end, eLTE-IoT modules are integrated into underground parking space sensors to transfer parking space information to the IoT network real-time information backhaul.


4.Wireless eGovernment

A wireless broadband government solution provides the multimedia services required by Smart Cities. It interconnects emergency services and improves on-site information gathering and emergency dispatching. City governments also use wireless broadband to ensure the safety and enjoyment of citizens at major social events.


5.Video surveillance

Governments tend to focus great attention on building and renovating safe and smart cities. In addition, people increasingly focus on their personal safety and property security. There emerge extensive and booming demands for video surveillance and applications in different industries such as finance, energy, transportation, healthcare, and education. Traditional wired backhaul is difficult and expensive to deploy. In contrast, eLTE-U wireless backhaul optimally utilizes the sufficient bandwidth of unlicensed spectra to reduce deployment costs as well as provide backhaul for considerable videos.


6.‘Sponge City’ Program

Departments of water resources use online monitoring devices such as data collectors, wireless networks, water quality and pressure gauges, and electric water level gauges to obtain the real-time status and hydrology data of water supplies and drainage facilities. They also monitor reservoirs and rivers, and analyze and process data collected for decision-making. Partner companies help public agencies monitor water levels and provide video of river channels, and applications that warn of floods.


7.Environment monitoring

The eLTE-IoT solution integrates IoT modules into environment sensors and transmits information about soil, temperature, humidity, and sunlight to the environment monitoring data platform. Realization of automatic environment monitoring is particularly significant to management, decision-making, enforcement, and supervision of environmental protection departments as well as precaution, prevention and control of environment pollution.


8.Smart Firefighting

The Internet of Things (IoT) and multi-sensor data fusion technology are used to monitor key firefighting facilities, ensuring that key firefighting facilities are in good condition and potential fire risks are detected and reported. Firefighting-related sensors send real-time data to an IoT monitoring center over an eLTE-IoT private network. The private network ensures that fire emergency processing is not affected by network congestion or transmission failures, and that fire alarms are effectively and continuously monitored.


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