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Urban OS: The Web of City Things OS

The idea is for the Urban OS to gather data from sensors buried in buildings and many other places to keep an eye on what is happening in an urban area.

The sensors monitor everything from large scale events such as traffic flows across the entire city down to more local phenomena such as temperature sensors inside individual rooms.

The OS completely bypasses humans to manage communication between sensors and devices such as traffic lights, air conditioning or water pumps that influence the quality of city life.

I just hope I’ll get to see such systems at work.

Original title and link: Urban OS: The Web of City Things OS (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-15109403