Sharing his views on the requirements of achieving smart power in smart city Neil Savant, Managing Director, IntuitThings says, “To achieve smart power infrastructure level changes are needed to be done to be able to remotely control as well as monitor the power consumption. This is where the discussion moves toward Internet of Things solutions. Smart home is the first step towards the infrastructure changes. Then data that is generated from each home has to be used effectively and intelligently for predictive control of power which can help save the excessive and wasteful power consumption on a city level as well as giving huge monetary saving.”

Source: Smart power in Smart cities

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