A number of expectations are attached to smart cities, such as more efficient transport, easy parking, lower emissions and a more pleasant life. In order to fill the vague term Smart City with life, the federal government has not only published a guide, but is already funding more than 70 cities with amounts in the millions. But the breakthrough is still a long way off: Four years after the first funding, only 14 of the model projects are in the implementation phase.
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In the podcast we talk about what is wrong and how municipalities can get from planning to implementation faster. An important aspect is the hardware: we will examine what hardware is available, which projects can be implemented with it and show how wireless networking works.
Also present: Andrijan Möcker, Jan Mahn, Stefan Porteck
There is also more on the subject in c’t issue 19/2023. There we also describe mobile phone sensors LTE-M and show which software is used to create evaluations and applications with added value from the collected raw data.
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