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Smart Cities Environment

Environmental change is affecting cities and their inhabitants more regularly. This brings new challenges for city planners, such as the need to improve air and water quality, and control noise pollution to create a healthy and enjoyable environment for city inhabitants.  In addition, the consequences of extreme weather on a city, such as flooding caused by typhoons or heavy snowfalls needs to be well managed to prevent adverse impacts to a cities citizens and businesses.

You can view our list of environmental resources below. To find out more about how operators can assist you in the deployment of environmental IoT solutions, please contact us.

GSMA Smart Cities Guide: Water Management

November 3, 2016

Smart Cities

Report

GSMA

Mobile Operators’ smart water management solutions have evolved rapidly in recent years, enabled by advances in mobile communications technologies and the growing availability of high performance, relatively low-cost IoT sensors. In this case report, discover why Mobile Operators are key …

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Smart City Tainan – Water Management and Flooding Solutions

September 19, 2016

Smart Cities

Video

GSMA

This short video case study demonstrates how the Tainan government has worked with local Taiwanese mobile operator Far EasTone to deal with water management and flooding.

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Environmental Agency: Flood Case Study

September 15, 2016

Smart Cities Environment

Case Study

GSMA

In December 2015, the UK experienced its wettest month in a century. The Environment Agency wanted to improve the efficiency of service visits, enabling engineers to be ready to move at a moment’s notice. It wanted to prioritise visits and …

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Seoul Smart Bin Case Study

September 14, 2016

Smart Cities Environment

Case Study

GSMA

Seoul had huge problems in the city, the local authority had cut its residential waste collections, so people were resorting to putting their household rubbish in public bins. Ecube labs came up with the solution: an innovative litter bin that …

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LPWA: Cost-Effective Care for the Environment

June 28, 2016

MIoT Case Studies

Case Study

GSMA

As population growth and climate change increase demand for fresh water, governments, businesses and individuals are looking for more effective ways to monitor and combat pollution. On the Chattahoochee river, which supplies four million people with drinking water in the south of the …

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