Supply of fresh food to a city
Mercabarna (MrB) is a food city that operates 24 hours a day with the aim of guaranteeing the supply of fresh food to the public. The facility houses 600 companies specialising in the distribution, preparation, importing and exporting of fresh and frozen products.
The coordination of response crews, material and equipment from different stakeholders is one of the major challenges in handling large scale disasters like floods, earthquakes or wildfires. For the operational management of the situation, obtaining a clear picture of the situation in the concerned area is of paramount importance, to allow for the efficient and safe deployment of the available resources.
Computer Vision for City Maintenance
Cities use the IoT to collect real-time data to better understand how demand patterns are changing and respond with faster and less expensive solutions. With a 5G connection, cities will be able to gain knowledge at every social iteration and protect their data lakes from external access. From sensors, street furniture, and user equipment, cities are constantly producing data which requires connecting the sources and storing their data.
Traditionally, a considerable number of wind farms do not have a policy of preventive maintenance activities due to the high costs associated with it. Furthermore, wind farms that realize these preventive activities, normally use ground crews with conventional cameras and zoom lenses not very efficient and thus time-consuming.
Precision agriculture (PA), satellite farming or site-specific crop management (SSCM) is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops. Today, even though significant effort has been put on making innovative precision agriculture technologies, the actual adoption of the innovation has been notoriously slow.
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