The age of connectivity is already upon us, and it’s imperative to have our urban landscapes make the most of this developing technology so that they can tackle the smart city challenges of today. After all, it would be remiss not to mention the fact that cities in India aren’t exactly developed properly. In fact, there are a whole host of issues that plague our urban landscapes, which need to be rectified as soon as possible to uplift the current living situation of an entire section of the population. Some of these smart city challenges that need to be tackled are as follows:
How will smart panels help one tackle these challenges?
One of the major smart city challenges that need to be addressed is the issue of power distribution. This is especially the case in India, where blackouts and outages have become increasingly common, to the point where the general populace is pretty much used to these issues. It’s obvious that this is not an ideal case in the slightest, which makes it imperative to see to it that smart panels are implemented sooner than later. There are three major functions accomplished through the implementation of smart panels: