We are a small, but perfectly formed department! We are also very fortunate to have a full time native speaker language assistant, who works mainly with Year 12 and Year This year her name is Melanie Egger and she comes from Innsbruck in Austria.
Smart cities could improve our lives Experimentation with smart cities has only recently commenced but it could be used to help fight crime, reduce the hassle of commuting, and improve the overall quality of life.
But recently the Italian city has gained celebrity for a much more modern reason: The sensors were able to measure the carbon monoxide levels, air temperature and humidity, vibrations and noise among other factors. One node was equipped with a Benzene sensor to measure air quality.
The results make for interesting reading and the information collected gives way to a variety of potential uses of the information. For example, a storm which brought an increase in humidity caused a traffic build up which led to an increase in air pollution, then a drop-off as traffic began to flow again.
Another anomaly which appeared was a flickering public street light.
Information such as this can be used to inform public administrators of similar problems immediately, rather than problems going unsolved for days, weeks or even months causing disruption to citizens. Songdo in South Korea is a city which was purpose-built from the ground up to be a smart city.
The city is situated on land reclaimed from the sea, 40 percent of which is open green area and still has space for 80, apartments and million square feet of office space according to Forbes.
With more than 80 percent of the population of North America living in urban areas, cities there have also trialled smart city techniques in attempts to improve the quality of life and the services provided to citizens.
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