With rapid urbanisation affecting cities across the globe, intelligent planning of urban environments and technology are now central to improving mobility. Functional smart solutions are needed – not only to minimise the amount of time and money citizens spend on everyday trips, but also to limit environmental pollution.
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Given a choice, what would you choose? To live in a society with basic amenities such as a garden, gym, pool, water and power backup OR To live in one that has basic amenities along with additional innovative features such as resource efficient systems, digitally enabled security & entertainment solutions, collective spaces for community well-being, […]
In future cities, digital infrastructure will enable the provision of new services to support community development, provide a green and sustainable environment and improve social inclusion and well-being of people. Today’s citizens are not only looking for spaces to live, but for those where services are available.
Community Managers serve as an important link between residents and developers, supporting a mutually positive ongoing relationship. Homeowners are able to settle more comfortably into the community and the continuous dialogue among residents helps foster a greater sense of belonging and security, even in areas with legacy issues such as an association with crime.
Library of Things is a space where residents can rent, exchange or donate sparingly used objects such as power drills, appliances and board games and make them available for the community to borrow. The concept lowers the cost of living and improves residents’ quality of life, helping to create a thriving community.
In a country like India where the battle for energy and water is never ending, AIoT enabled solutions stand as a boon, especially for housing societies that are looking to digitise, automate, and sustainably manage their water and energy consumption.
Community 5.0 envisions a tech-enabled neighbourhood where all the members, including residents and society managers, have access to all the society facilities we see around us (such as water and power supply management, daily household services management, security management) which are either automated or can be easily managed remotely with just a few clicks.
At Planet Smart City, we constantly think of ways to improve community living through smart solutions. Our proprietary digital platform, Planet App, leverages the power of IoT (Internet of Things) to provide solutions for societies and residents, where they can easily track, analyse and manage consumption of their utilities, including electricity, from their mobile phones.
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