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As part of the South London Partnership’s InnOvaTe (IoT) Project, sensors were installed in flooding hotspots back in 2021. The sensors provide an opportunity to spot potential areas at risk of flooding via a combination of the gullies filling, or silt taking the available space that the water should consume. Alerts are set to inform council officers including Highways, Flooding and Communications to instances of rising water in order to allow proactive interventions to occur.
In a UK first, EMSOL’s technology is being used by a local authority to measure, monitor and control emissions at a selection of inner-city waste processing facilities. EMSOL combines targeted and active air quality monitoring networks in conjunction with real-time vehicle identification technology to identify the who, what, when, where & why of air and noise pollution before it reaches harmful levels.
As part of the South London Partnership’s InnOvaTe Project, Vivacity sensors are gathering footfall and traffic data in Wimbledon High Street to understand high street health.
A third Sutton resident in 12 months has had her life saved by an IoT smart device in the kitchen after it alerted carers that she might need assistance.
Ian Thomas, Chief Executive of Kingston Council, talks about #InternetofThings and the role of technology in promoting a green agenda
At a round table this week, Sir Nigel Wilson – Member of the Levelling Up Advisory Council advised that 70% of jobs advertised contain the word ‘technology’. The current global crisis will be dependent on an increasingly data-driven, technological response.
Hitachi Solutions, Microsoft and South London Partnership (SLP) have collaborated as part of the SLP’s InnOvaTe project to deliver an IoT platform that makes the data being obtained, accessible and understandable to five London boroughs.
Three Croydon communities are benefiting from a pilot of new, innovative smart technology, encouraging people back to their local high streets.
Residents living in Sutton continue to receive vital social care support thanks to innovative technology.
SLP is sharing a new use case design and implementation template to aid in successful delivery of IoT trials.
The South London Partnership’s InnOvaTe Project has partnered with the University of Essex to research and evaluate the use of Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
Sutton Council has installed cutting-edge sensors to tackle future flooding in the borough.
Richmond Council is rolling-out digital sensors as part of a one-year trial to bring smart parking to some parts of Richmond upon Thames.