INTERNET OF THINGS WITH EVA KAILI: A EUROPEAN INTERNET OF THINGS


A European Internet of Things

Eva Kaili, Member of the European Parliament, Chair of STOA, the European Parliament’s Science and Technology Options Assessment body talks about misinformation, misperception, our right to choose and jobs as well as education and 5G networks.

Francesco Battaglini

E-mobility is already a reality and its sustainability also passes through the Internet technology of Things. Power distributors, charging stations and vehicle owners make the most of their “data” to manage all the infrastructure that allows the recharging of electric vehicles. It is a system based on cloud technology capable of providing information and services to consumers and commercial and industrial agents involved in the production, distribution, transportation and commercialization of energy.

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In the healthcare environment, both the IoT and the Big Data have enormous potential that generates direct benefits for patients. The implementation of tools based on the administration and analysis of the data, improves the diagnosis, reduces the sanitary cost and results in a greater care control and better doctor-patient communication.

Анета Владимирова

In response to Shila Vasuda Gupta

The Internet of Things has one of its most visible applications on the roads of our cities. The so-called smart cities have cooperative traffic systems that, also through sensors, facilitate the flow of means of transport, cyclists and pedestrians. An example? In Newcastle, thanks to the equipping of its streets with sensors and communication units, citizens can move faster and safer by reducing the environmental impact.

IoT applied to government and safety allows improved law enforcement, defense, city planning, and economic management. The technology fills in the current gaps, corrects many current flaws, and expands the reach of these efforts. For example, IoT can help city planners have a clearer view of the impact of their design, and governments have a better idea of the local economy.

Shila Vasuda Gupta

The Internet of Things has one of its most visible applications on the roads of our cities. The so-called smart cities have cooperative traffic systems that, also through sensors, facilitate the flow of means of transport, cyclists and pedestrians. An example? In Newcastle, thanks to the equipping of its streets with sensors and communication units, citizens can move faster and safer by reducing the environmental impact.

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