Estonia

Digital society

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Estonia is a Baltic country whose more than half of the territory is woodland with the population is about 1,3 million. This small state regained independence in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. At the beginning of the path, the leaders of the country decided that they had to build a competitive advantage… Read More »

water and Internet of Things

Internet of Things helps saving water

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By using sensors and appropriate analysis that is taking advantage of Internet of Things, Wroclaw saved a half billion liters of water (132 million gallons) within one single year. Smart City not only conserves water but also earn money from the solution built in cooperation with technology companies (one of the software houses and Microsoft).… Read More »

smart city

Smart city is for everyone

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When we hear phrase “smart city” we tend to envision a large city with the population estimated in millions. Smart London, Paris, Berlin, and in Poland Warsaw. That only covers the reality in part. Smartness is not a domain of large municipalities. Even though one hears most about such cities, there are more and more… Read More »

smart city

Let’s live in the smart city

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By 2050, 77 percent of the world’s population will live in cities. The development of urban areas is intense, makes existing problems to grow further and poses new challenges of the everyday life for citizens. In the future smart cities will be able to deal with all that. Today already functioning in the city is… Read More »