Smart City Rijswijk in practice
The municipality of Rijswijk is encouraging many developments the become more Sustainable and Smarter.
Be present on Wednesday 4th to be part of the City Congress and be updated about the bamboo road signs where less steel is required which saves resources and becomes more sustainable. The bamboo plates are also equipped with sensors that send information about the position in which they are (for example when they are tilted) to the database.
Tracing litter with air intakes ensures that this can be cleaned up quickly, which makes cleaning the city more efficient. Sensors that measure air quality make clear how good or bad the air quality is. On the basis of precise information about this, it is possible to look at exact causes and effective possibilities to do something about it.
Apps that measure the experience, or that show where there are empty parking spaces, are in the works.
Smart trash cans that let themselves know when they are full using sensors.
According to a much cited statistic, about 80% of all mobile data traffic
consumed indoors. What are the expectations with regard to 5G indoor?
When 3G switched to 4G and smartphones were indispensable
changed the coverage of mobile networks
quickly from fun to a must-have for one
increasing number of managers of buildings and property.
Users expect 100% coverage. Fixed networks were replaced by mobile only. And what does this mean for 5G?
adjustments and investment required. Think about improved real-time image connection between ambulance and
hospital doctor and the upload of data by drones.
KPN shares their vision during this Round Table indoor 5G. Paul Cobben, Sector Developer Manufacturing
KPN hereby incorporates its technical knowledge with regard to manufacturing and indoor. And also shares Philadelphia Care their learnings regarding their current indoor techniques and expectations of 5G