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  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 11.22.2021

    November 22, 2021

                Micromobility, the use of bicycles, e-scooters, mopeds, e-bikes and other smaller transportation vehicles, has bloomed in the past five years and despite a decrease in ridership due to COVID19, the industry is expected to make a full recovery and grow even more. It is almost impossible to venture out into urban environments and not encounter people using e-scooters or electric bikes or see e-scooters perched on the sidewalk in a row until someone uses them. Aside from individual ownership, shared micromobility services, supported by transportation companies such as Uber, Lime, Byrd, and Lyft, make micromobility vehicles accessible to all with a phone and use of QR code. As with many other industries, the Internet of Things is able to transform this sphere. A report by Ericsson predicts that the micro-mobility market could be worth 12 billion by $2027 compared to its current valuation at $3.5 billion. The demand for bikes in the United States is also on the rise

  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 11.08.2021

    November 8, 2021

                The Internet of Things (IoT), particularly through deployment of sensor technology, can provide a unique advantage to coastal zone management as coastal erosion and sea level rise are threatening coastal communities worldwide. The United States Coastline is home to up to 40% of the population, following major increases in population rise from the 1960s to now.  Many major cities are located on the coasts, and consequently, millions of homes are  threatened by climate change and sea level rise which has contributed to increased storm intensity and frequency. Internet of Things devices and sensors allow for increased monitoring and data analysis, which, applied to coastal management situations, facilitate data driven adaptation and changes in environmental planning and management.

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