It is also in large and medium-sized cities in Germany where homes are already being installed providing their residents with features that meet the demands for resource efficiency, climate-friendly transportation, energy concepts and connected digital services. The Smart City Ranking 2018 published by German major economic newspaper Wirtschaftswoche at the end of 2018 shows cities like Bonn, Cottbus, Darmstadt, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hanover, Leipzig, Wolfsburg and Wuppertal in first places in terms of intelligent energy supply, traffic control and smart home systems.
From adaptive street lighting and controlled parking guidance systems to energy monitoring in buildings and real-time data centres for the evaluation of further measurement parameters such as UV index, particulate concentration in the air and noise pollution as well as for emergency messages: The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) systems is only a small further step in this direction.
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