SMART City is an innovative technology that focuses on the application of the latest trends and technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as artificial intelligence, robotics, and big data analytics. It is designed to help people in towns and cities by integrating data and technology into the infrastructure to reduce inefficiencies and improve livability, workability, and sustainability. IoT Engineers can design useful hardware that incorporates a multitude of sensing devices with networks that use cloud computing and data analytics to help cities become smarter.
Here's some projects that our expert IoT Engineers helped make real:
- Digitizing urban systems like transport, waste management, energy or communication networks
- Developing autonomous vehicle systems to enable smart transportation
- Designing systems that enable smart infrastructure such as smart roads and sidewalks
- Automating home systems such as security, HVAC, lighting, or water management for smarter living
- Installing networks for public safety such as explosions alerts or cameras for surveillance.
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ello, I am seeking an expert in OMNeT++ to test an enhanced algorithm involving both ITS-G5 protocols. The algorithm employs the Dijkstra algorithm to reduce response time and the CV2X protocol using edge computing techniques for latency management. The algorithms have been developed in C++. I am looking for an expert to test these two algorithms in three different scenarios, involving 10, 20, and 50 vehicles, respectively. I would like to receive the results in the form of graphs, based on multiple criteria such as latency, throughput, and response time. These tests should be conducted using traffic and vehicle simulators to assess the performance of these algorithms in various scenarios. The envisioned simulator is SUMO (Simulation of Urban MObility).