Do you know that today's cities "come alive"? Do you ask how it is possible? It's thanks to sensory networks. Sensors are the basic building unit in a smart city. They collect information. Utility software evaluates the data, collates, publishes and makes predictions. At the same time, the city is controlled in real time. It makes it a better place to live.
We use sensors to monitor free parking spaces, detect air quality in the city, and help regulate the intensity of smart lighting depending on daytime and ambient traffic. They regulate traffic. With their help buildings reduce energy consumption and prevent waste. Even the collection of waste, which at first sight is completely non-technological, can be controlled by sensors and lead to maximum efficiency.