The overarching motifs that define a smart city solution include higher levels of urban planning, the pervasive use of digital platforms and technologies, equitable municipal participation, and incremental operational efficiencies.
A smart city has many built-in features that can be leveraged in the traffic surveillance system. This will help prevent gridlocks, and ensure faster, smoother, and more efficient traffic in the whole city for all kinds of vehicles.
Devices in the IoT include vehicles, home appliances, electric meters, certain parts of industrial installations, security systems, thermostats, electronic appliances, alarm clocks, speaker systems, vending machines, etc. These are variously equipped with sensors, software, actuators, and other electronic components that animate the core functions of the IoT.