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How cities use Machine-to-Machine Technology Latest Sale Week 20082018

This week Latest Sale covers Technology for the Business Directory and assesses how cities use Machine-to-Machine Technology Latest Sale Week 20082018. With a focus on preparing for a Machine-to-Machine World, we cover this topic as part III of our series on Machine-to-Machine Technology.


How cities use Machine-to-Machine Technology through Traffic Technology

The use of M2M Technology can be extended to wider city infrastructure projects that include traffic management considerations. Traffic management includes communicating parking availability via digital means, and real-time data sharing of vehicles parked in specific areas. The main advantage of such technology is to ease congestion in cities. In exchange, this also improves the environment thanks to a reduction of cars driving around looking for parking spaces. Predictive Traffic Technology gives users the potential to only drive towards designated areas where they know in advance that a parking space is indeed available.


How cities use Machine-to-Machine Technology Building Technology-

Connecting buildings to devices is a new development that enables buildings to capture data that is dependent on office use timelines. Once again the use of M2M Technology in this way meets environmental concerns. Those companies that wish to learn more about energy consumption (heating and lighting for example), vis-à-vis staff office use can do so thanks to Machine-to-Machine Technology.