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Smart Dublin: High-tech Sensors to Monitor Life in the Capital

Matt Ball on April 2, 2014 - in Projects, Sensors, Smart Cities

Dublin is set to become the first fully sensored global city after chipmaker Intel announced plans to test more than 200 “gateways” around the city.

The plan, which will use Intel’s Irish developed Quark system, will place sensor gateways around the city to gather and monitor data on the environment, including air quality and noise.

The goal of the project is to improve the efficiency of the city and improve quality of life, allowing the city managers to pinpoint areas that need work.

Read more via The Irish Times

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