More and more cities are applying ICT in order to benefit from an infrastructure that guarantees sustainable development and an increase in the quality of life of citizens. And is that currently Big Data and IoT are transforming the urban environment.
In fact, anticipating bottlenecks or preventing natural disasters, planning health care and social services, or having smart grids are just a few examples of Big Data’s ‘magic’. Therefore, with the goal of further exploring the future of cities and how cities can be managed more intelligently, more than 7,000 international experts from 82 different countries meet at Selangor Smart City & Future Commerce Convention. celebrates in Malaysia these days.
Benefit from Big Data and IoT solutions to become Smart Cities
In this meeting, Bismart, one of the most innovative Spanish companies in the world in the field of Smart Cities and specialized in the internet of things and Big Data, will be present in the panel Big Data & Smart Cities, a panel c entered in how organizations and local governments can use Big Data to build smarter cities. In this meeting, Albert Isern, CEO of Bismart, will share his knowledge and experience in this field as well as presenting his latest solutions for cities of the future.
Big Data and IoT are currently transforming the urban environment
” We need a large database that fills in correctly and, if possible, automatically. It is also necessary to make efforts in data quality, homogenization and georeferencing of the same to identify households, businesses, and equipment . It is also necessary to improve the interoperability between own and third-party information systems as contractors providing municipal services such as garbage collection, or street cleaning, to cite a couple of examples. And it is that the power of the data allows the cities to carry out the process of transformation towards the intelligent cities, “says Isern.