Archive: May 2022

  • How The Government Can Use IoT to Drive Smart City Development

    May 11, 2022

    Smart cities employ a range of software, user interfaces, communication networks, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Amongst these, IoT is the most important since it is a network of linked gadgets that interact and share data. Vehicles, smart household appliances, and on-street sensors are all examples of IoT. Data acquired from these devices is uploaded to the cloud, allowing for advancements in both public and private sector services.

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  • Use-cases of Location Based Services

    May 04, 2022

    Location-based services have become an intrinsic part of our day-to-day lives. If we are traveling to a place and want to know the optimum route, we immediately reach out to the Google Maps application on our phone. If we are planning on an outdoor event, we seek out weather apps such as Accuweather that tell us how the day is going to be in a particular location. And not just that, location-based services play a huge role in ensuring personal safety. To let our near and dear ones know that we are safe if there is a natural calamity striking our location, we use the “Marked as Safe” option on Facebook. One can also track lost mobile phones using the location data. In this blog, we will understand the technology that powers Location Based Services and delve through some of the most common use cases of location-based services.

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