A growing number of cities are getting “smart” and taking advantage of sensor-generated data to make day-to-day living comfortable, convenient, and efficient. Sensors can be used for everything from managing the flow of traffic to improving utility services. But how do you efficiently and remotely monitor the sensors, systems, and networks that citizens have come to rely on?
This white paper from Server Technology explores the critical role intelligent power distribution plays in making “smart” cities happen. The paper first explores the types of systems, sensors, and networks typically found in smart cities. It then looks at the role those sensors play in generating useful data.
The paper also discusses how these sensors, systems and networks are powered and presents the case for remote power management in the smart city infrastructure.