IoT Applications Can Save Smart City Residents 125 Hours Every Year

An Intel-sponsored study by Juniper Research released this month surveys 20 cities across four key innovation areas such as mobility, health care, public safety, and productivity, checking how IoT technology saves time in each. The study has found that IoT applications save around 125 hours per person, per year, with a considerable portion (60 hours) thanks to mobility related tech, like integrated IoT-enabled infrastructure. The study is focused on time saved as a valuable commodity in the modern world and a measurable benefit for customers wondering about IoT advantages. Time is especially crucial in over populated cities, where resources- public and private- are already stretched too thin. The report only serves to prove the immense potential improvement IoT can offer urban cities.

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