They are a place where traditional services are made more efficient with the use of wildly innovative digital solutions. They use Internet of Things (IoT) technology to improve quality of life for residents and visitors, in an efficient and sustainable way. Many municipal governments are already leveraging cellular and Low Power Wide Area (LPWAN) wireless technologies to develop, deploy, and promote sustainable development practices to address growing urbanisation challenges.
Thanks to Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks, cities can make data-driven decisions to improve public services and to enhance quality of life. Smart city sensors can be designed for a wide variety of needs.
• Energy consumption and sustainability
• Smart lighting
• Air monitoring
• Water management and protection
• Waste collection management
• Noise pollution
• Parking management
• Flood monitoring
• Wireless gas monitoring
• Public transportation
At Move-X we offer LoRa® solutions for any smart city application. LoRa is an unlicenced spectrum that enables to design technology that is low power, powerful and with a long battery life (up to 10 years). Connecting devices over public, private or hybrid LoRaWAN® networks, indoor or outdoor, LoRa technology is increasingly used by smart cities all over the world.
LoRa + GNSS board
Arduino MKR prototyping board for long-range and low-power GNSS tracking applications.
MAMWLE is a very tiny low power radio module designed by Move-X, which can be easily integrated into any PCB to enable it for wireless communication. It combines an STM32WLE microprocessor with a Semtech SX1262 sub-GHz radio into a 15x16 millimeter module.