Smart Cities

Take smart cities to the next level with the most recent updates in IoT technology, driven by Sabse’s dedicated IoT network. The state-of-the-art technology and Sabse’s network can be counted on to optimally be the mode of connection for your citywide operations. These next generation of Sabse-enabled IoT solutions bring you easy-to-use, inexpensive, plug-and-play connectivity. The hurdles from before have already hurtled to a forgotten past. IoT offers a variety of cost-effective solutions such as monitoring air quality, smart trash dumpsters and connected fire hydrants to name a few. Welcome a new, more efficient, leaner and better financially-managed city.

Finding vacant parking spots

Whenever there are roadworks in progress, the planning and coordination entails city authorities to notify the public, close roads and re-route traffic. Connected road signs can bring about simplicity in this process by showing the information on which days and times parking is allowed. The displays will be e-ink (giving energy savings) and get updated remotely through Sabse downlink connectivity. These signs can identify movement or shock which will send alerts to the local law enforcement/police or other authorities in case of tampering.
Better safety for schools

School zone safety will be improved by connection of school zone road signs. IoT-enabled school signs will transmit data about their operating conditions back in real time.
Geolocation to enhance bike sharing service

Bike sharing is growing in popularity quickly as it goes some way in helping reduce the pollution burden on the environment and traffic snarls too. Regular updates on bikes locations sent via the Sabse public IoT network will help bike-sharing businesses to achieve more efficiency in their services by accurately guiding supply where there is demand for the bikes. This will also assist in avoiding people hogging bikes, illegal parking, vandalism and theft.
Prioritize user satisfaction

Taking prompt feedback from consumers is an integral part of developing better public services. This is in turn is likely to keep consumers more satisfied with services. The best way to go about this process is to take feedback soon after the service. A small, customizable, connected button or dashboard can be fitted to easily take feedback from consumers. It can be designed in a simple manner with commonly understood colour codes to get quick feedback as consumers are exiting public service buildings. The information will be available in the cloud to assess and get a clearer understanding of consumer satisfaction in real time. Alert notification requests can be set up to monitor certain kinds of outcomes to ensure a quicker response rates.
Emergency-ready defibrillators

To help save a life in an emergency, most offices and public service buildings generally keep defibrillators. As they might be required suddenly, it has to be ensured that the defibrillators are operating to the best of their capacity at any given time. Linked defibrillators transmit useful data such as daily test results, battery checks, door openings and operating status, to make sure that they are operating well.
Better data collection to keep tighter tabs on air pollution

Sabse-enabled sensors are simple to set up and extremely cost-effective to run. These sensors facilitate tracking of several metrics including air quality, humidity, and temperature among others, making it an obvious choice when a whole city has to be covered. In certain cities sensors have been set up on moving locations such as buses and trams to accumulate more information all day. Access to more information makes it simpler to create an interactive, real-time mapping of air pollution and use Machine Learning to enhance pollution prediction.
Connected dumpsters boosting waste collection efficiency

With the aid of ultrasonic sensors that specify the waste level in dumpsters, waste collection routes can be organized better to reap rewards in terms of money, time and energy savings. These sensors also give additional important data including emptying cycles and dumpster usage which will help in route consolidation and add to the time, energy and money savings.
Real-time tracking of issues likely to affect fire hydrants

With IoT-enabled pressure sensors, real-time alert notifications will be delivered when fire hydrants are being used and data on how much water is used will be provided too. An accelerometer sensor can be installed to provide immediate alerts in case any hydrant is leaking, broken or faulty. Installing a temperature monitor will help in avoiding damage from cold weather during harsh winter conditions.
No more visits to public parks for soil moisture inspection

You have an affordable solution to remotely keep a check on changing soil conditions and help reduce strain on plants resulting from dehydration through IoT –enabled sensors. Not only do these solutions help you decrease the expense of unnecessarily replacing plants but also make water usage more efficient.
Remote tracking and upkeep of street light networks

IoT-enabled sensors will guide you in organizing maintenance processes by identifying issues such as power supply shortage, broken bulbs and overheating. This means you can now assign workers only when repair work is required rather than performing regular maintenance checks. Installing Iot-enabled light intensity sensors will help in remotely regulating light intensity and give better energy savings.