Smart cities are a direct consequence of the need for human beings to communicate and move around.

The advancement of technology has changed the objective, which is no longer primarily profit with lower production costs, but the improvement of people's quality of life. Artificial intelligence makes it possible to save both natural and human resources by making decisions for the welfare of people. It is not necessary to go to the big technological cities to realize that it is applied in many daily elements in all the countries of the world.
Energy storage systems are being refined to optimize the efforts of renewable sources and standardize their use with increasingly sustainable elements.

Smart cities enable smoother mobility thanks to data collected by sensors and applications and have adopted sustainable mobility models by improving public transport, offering alternatives to pedestrians, and proposing zero-emission alternatives such as public bicycles.

From street lighting to traffic regulation

to location suggestions in car GPS systems, artificial intelligence joins hyperconnectivity and the internet of things to create a symbiosis never seen before, connecting the different elements that make a city come alive. Shopping, work, leisure, everything is connected and adapted to everyone’s needs to offer a unique experience.

Renewable energies are in charge of moving the new ecosystems.

We are moving towards a different kind of city and therefore experiencing a different life in the connected world. Buildings tend to generate their own energy and are designed to consume few resources and provide an optimal user experience. Functionality, design and energy self-consumption are now the pillars of the new urbanism.

Photovoltaic energy is one of the main drivers of smart cities.

Thanks to the fact that it is inexhaustible, non-polluting, and renewable, it can supply public lighting, the demand for industrial power in the countryside or in the city, and power homes. The advancement of this technology is constant as solar panels are more and more adapted to the urban geometry forming part of buildings on facades, roofs tiles or floors as construction elements. Thanks to IOT connections, the functionality of systems and the distribution of resources in smart buildings can be measured.