Source of Funding: Multiple parties MoU
The Cork Smart Gateway initiative was established by Cork’s local authorities and Academia partners to compliment and support the already large number of organisations in Cork who are working on smart solutions to improve the physical realm, from energy conservation to open data.
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Cork Smart Gateway offers products and services for these Smart City Solutions
Energy Efficient Retrofitting of Buildings
Improving energy efficiency of the building stock in a city needs strategic and long-term thinking. Complex ownership structures, market barriers, diversity of building typologies, consumer preferences and multiple stakeholders involved makes energy efficient retrofitting a big challenge.
Urban Data Platform
Urban data platforms build the basis for a multitude of applications in a Smart City. An urban data platform intends to map, store and integrate data from different stakeholders of the Smart City ecosystem.
Intelligent and Connected Public Space
An intelligent and connected public space collects data in public areas and displays or reacts on the data. The data can be securely transferred via Wi-Fi or other similar technologies to be, i.e. combined with a central system.
Public Charging System for Electric Vehicles
The current EU regulation on emissions for cars is the strictest worldwide. Along with further restrictions the thresholds cannot be meet with conventional cars only anymore. One alternative technology, reducing the local emissions, are electric vehicles.
Urban Air Quality Platform
Urban Air Quality Platforms centralise data from sensors or satellite imagery to provide city authorities and citizens with updated information on their urban environment's air quality.
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