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Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Technical Seminar
ON

“ INTERNET OF THINGS FOR SMART


CITIES “

Under the Guidance of : Presented by :


Mrs.Sangeetha.S B.E.,M.TECH. Hoysal Shetty K.S
Assistant Professor 4RA15CS032
Dept. of CSE
RIT, Hassan.
CONTENTS

 What is IOT ?

 Abstract

 Introduction

 Smart City Services

 Urban IOT Architecture

 Experiment study : Padova Smart City

 Conclusion
WHAT IS IOT ?

 PORTAL

 INTEGRATION PLATFORM

 DATA AGGREGATION

 PLATFORM AS A SERVICE
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ABSTRACT
 Internet of Things able to incorporate transparently
and seamlessly a large number of different
heterogeneous end systems.

 Building a general architecture for the IoT is complex


task, because large variety of devices, link layer
technologies, and services involved in such a system.

 Urban IoTs, are designed to support the Smart City,


which aims at exploiting the most advanced
communication technologies

 Present the technical solutions and best-practice


guidelines adopted in the Padova Smart City project.
INTRODUCTION
 Smart city is a designation given to a city that
incorporate information and communication technology,
to enhance quality and performance and reduce
resource consumption, wastage.

 IoT is a recent communication model that imagine, in


which the objects of everyday life will be equipped with
digital communication.

 IoT aims at making the Internet even more immersive

 such as, for instance, home appliances, surveillance


cameras, monitoring sensors, actuators, displays,
vehicles, and so on
Fig. Smart City Components
SMART CITIES SERVICES
 Structral health of building :
It is process of implementing the system to detect
damages in the building using sensors.

 Waste management:
Waste management is a primary issue in many
modern cities. It can be managed by smart sensors.

 Noice monitoring :
Measure the amount of noise produced at any
given hour in the places that adopt the service
 Traffic congestion :
Enabling authorities and citizens to get a clear
and detailed view of theamount of energy required by
the different services

 City energy consumption :


Enabling authorities and citizens to get a clear
and detailed view of the amount of energy required by
the different services.
Energy consumption of the whole city.

 Smart parking :
The smart parking service is based on road
sensors and intelligent displays that direct
monitorists along the best path for parking in the
city.
PADOVA IOT ARCHITECTURE
 Street light is the leaf part of the system where
IoT nodes are placed. Each streetlight is
geographically localized on the city map and uniquely
associated to the IoT node attached to it, so that IoT
data can be enhanced with context information

 System collects environmental data and monitor


the public street lighting by means of wireless nodes,
equipped with different kinds of sensors, placed on
street light poles and connected to the Internet
through a gateway unit.
 Correct operation of the bulbs is performed
through photometer sensors that directly
measure the intensity of the light emitted by the
lamps, at regular time intervals

 DBMS are in charge of storing the large


amount of information produced by IoT
peripheral nodes, such as sensors.
Fig. System architecture of “Padova Smart City”
Fig. Example of data collected by Padova Smart City:
(a) temperature (b) humidity.
Fig. Example of data collected by Padova Smart City:
(a) light (b) benzene.
 The four plots shows the temperature, humidity,
light, and benzene readings over a period of 7 days.

 Thin lines show the actual readings, while thick lines


are obtained by applying a moving average filter over
a time
CONCLUSION

 Cities are publishing smart plans, related


conferences are trending more and more.

 Smart technology can provide solutions for cities


by helping them save money ,time.

 The enabling technology reached the level of


maturity that allow practical realization of IOT
solution and services