Smart City


Until recently, smart technologies were mainly considered by city leaders as instruments to become more effective behind the scenes. Now technology is being injected more directly into the lives of residents. Instant data on transit, traffic, health facilities, security alerts and community news has been placed in millions of hands using smartphones. Smartness is not just about installing or streamlining digital interfaces in traditional infrastructure. It also involves the purposeful use of technology and information to make better choices and provide a better quality of life. Quality of life has many dimensions, how secure they feel to walk the streets from the air inhabitants breathe. According to a study cities can use intelligent technologies to enhance some important quality of life indices by 10-30%—numbers that translate into a life saved, fewer incidents of crime, shorter commutes, decreased health burden and averted carbon emissions.

Future of Smart City

A smart city’s main purpose is to make things better for everyone and everything involved. This means not only improving the lives of citizens but also the environment. The goal is to manage the resources found in an urbanscape in a way that’s both sustainable and inexpensive, benefiting both the people and the world at large. Some of the key elements of Smart Cities include:
Smart Transportation:
People may not drive in the smart city in the near future. They will step into an intelligent vehicle that communicates as fast as possible and as effectively as possible with the other adjacent commercial vehicles to guarantee that an individual gets from point A to point B.
Smart Energy:
In smart cities, energy is effective, using less energy due to the steady collection and analysis of real-time information. These intelligent grids will constantly interact with themselves, sending energy to fields in the town that may need even more power, while at the same time-saving energy in locations that may not need it. Additional advances in smart grid technology and the conservation of clean energy solutions will assist take the smart city into being.
Smart Infrastructure:
Intelligent infrastructure enables public health problems to be prevented, possibly stopping airborne disease or water contamination before it even occurs.

Why IntelliHub AI?

We at IntelliHub believe in building a Smart City for the future using artificial intelligence, IoT (Internet of Things), and blockchain to improve the quality of life for its citizens through technology, ultimately creating more sustainable cities without any compromise on ethical standards, accuracy or data privacy. Our solution helps to facilitate smooth transportation, make renewable energy efficient & affordable, and implement vertical gardens to reduce carbon footprints & improve quality of air.

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