How Can We Use Smart Homes As A Blueprint For Smart Cities?
When we first set up our smart home, we might realize that we need separate apps for different functions. In this case, two things are not there.
The ability of the various smart systems installed to share information with one another and react to information across sub-system boundaries and a single user interface that allows us to control the entire house.
However, there are some software applications that could be added to your smart home ecosystem which would integrate the different sub-systems together, allowing you to monitor via a single user interface. This is what a real smart home looks and feels like. The approach of taking the different sub-systems and then creating a unified infrastructure for them to work together seamlessly could be applied to various other issues today.
A smart city will have water management, maintenance operations, traffic management, and utility customer database as different systems. But if a unified architecture is put in place, things could be managed very well indeed. A centralized infrastructure will support the operations, functionalities, and the customers across the entire process leading to less cost and better work.
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