Manage your smart city assets in smarter way

Ixorio is a smart city management platform that enables unified management of a city’s infrastructure.
Ixoria provides a single pane of glass to manage assets in multiple domains such as street lighting, smart parking, smart waste management, and many others.

Rapid urbanization has mandated the need for smart city solutions. Experts’ worldwide point out that smart cities will be the future enablers in accelerating economic growth and improving the quality of citizens’ lifestyle.

Ixorio smart city solutions are designed keeping in mind the growing importance of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Our comprehensive suite of smart city solutions ranges from traffic management, energy efficiency to e-governance, intelligent lighting systems, home and building efficiency systems and smart healthcare. Our strong focus on IoT/M2M and deep understanding of wireless design and connectivity solutions, has led to our nomination to the Bureau of Indian Standards –a panel to help design the standards on Smart Infrastructure for Indian Smart Cities. We also have several global collaborations with recognized and trusted technology ecosystems, including the Intel IOT Solution Alliance, Thread Group, IoT Global Network and Zigbee alliance.

Benefits of smart cities

Efficient distribution of resources

Smart cities have an overall better organization and infrastructure. All the sectors are involved in a complex interplay that simplifies everyday life for people who live and work in the city. The cameras at the bus stops can identify how many people are waiting to board; the sensors on the approaching bus know how many people ride the bus at any given point in time, and how many people are currently on the bus.

The combination of the information from the bus stop and the bus then leads to the city’s response. There can then be redistribution of people and buses if it appears that the current course of events will not be efficient.

Seamless communication

Communications between the various systems and sensors in a smart city is very important. In fact, without them the smart city cannot efficiently redistribute resources and make citizens’ lives better. However, smart cities bring about a different, equally efficient communication–the communication between the citizens and the government of the particular city.

In prior times, policies and programs were made based on what the government perceived to be needed by the city. This often led to massive oversights and the omission of key policies altogether. In a smart city, the policy makers have all they could ever need to make informed decisions. The information gathered all across the city provide an invaluable line of communication between the needs of the city, and the people who can address those needs.

The combination of the information from the bus stop and the bus then leads to the city’s response. There can then be redistribution of people and buses if it appears that the current course of events will not be efficient.

Speed of implementation

Still on governments and policies, every country with a democracy can testify to the fact that it takes quite a while for policies, or any sort of new development to get implemented. This is partly due to bureaucracy and the multiple levels of government, and also partly due to the human factor.

Smart cities overcome these problems very easily. Because the points that need improvements have already been identified, the implementation becomes easier. All the automation, analytics, and sensors contribute to making it easier for most of the changes to be implemented remotely, creating a seamless flow of change from conception to execution.

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