The European Commission defines the smart city as an environment where “traditional networks and services are made more efficient with the use of digital and telecommunication technologies for the benefit of its habitants and business”.
In practice this means smart energy and water management, safe and easy mobility, and responsive public health care that can meet the needs of an elderly population. IoT Open enables this future today with a range of smart city solutions already integrated.
In Sweden, a key challenge for cities is keeping premises warm in an efficient and sustainable way.
Central to the smart city is a desire to enhance the quality of life of all citizens through the availability and delivery of smart, quality healthcare. Sharing data, information and diagnostics between patients and their health care providers in a secure and sensitive way is central to this vision.
Take your home safely into the future with our home automation solution, designed to connect your smart appliances and devices in a convenient and intelligent way. Whether it’s controlling the home alarm at your holiday home or driving efficiency in your utility bill by steering your lighting and heating, the Smart Home has something for everyone.
And IoT Open breaks down the barrier to IoT accessibility, with a technologically agnostic design allowing you to support and integrate a wide range of devices, from a multitude of different vendors, making your life simpler and safer. Get the information you want, when you want and most importantly how you want.
Smart Maritime Deployment
The potential of IoT extends deep into our oceans, with IoT Open perfectly positioned to maximize these possibilities.
Using interoperable sensors to detect and track changes in the critical systems of marine vehicles, IoT Open puts you in control of your marine vessels from anywhere in the world.
But the maritime IoT use cases don’t stop there.
Affärsverken Karlskrona AB
Affärsverken Karlskrona AB use the IoT Open platform and LoRa-infrastructure to collect and manage IoT data from a variety of devices.
Used throughout the region of Blekinge, the platform is being used to:
- Measure water temperature at public beaches.
- Measure water levels for seafaring.
- Calculate the positioning of waste containers.
- Measure data involving smart homes.
The common thread running through these services, spanning several activity areas, is that the choice of sensors and feeders is constantly evaluated, analyzed and optimized. This is an important part of building the right competence regarding choice of sensors and infrastructure.