Seminar and Workshop on Technological Interoperability for Smart Cities: Opportunities and Challenges
Together with the SMART Infrastructure Facility, UOW has created the Digital Living Lab, deploying a radio communication network across the region using LoRaWAN technology with other technologies joining the digital revolution. The sharing of data is a smart city solution, working to improve the quality of life for people in the community, with the network enabling a diverse range of applications from the university, government, commercial and community sectors.
Following the launch of the Digital Living Lab, the SMART Infrastructure Facility will host a seminar and workshop looking at the interoperability of the Internet of Things (IoT) with a strong partnership with the French CNRS.
Examples of applications include collecting data on stormwater and landslides, the creation of a digital map of fire hydrants for emergency services, a sensor to record when beer kegs need replacing and an interactive map for wheelchair users. The Digital Living Lab provides the framework for a partnership with the wider region, as well as important opportunities for research. Through the ideas of Share, Enable and Create, the Digital Living Lab is facilitating a smart city solution, improving the quality of life for people in the Illawarra
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