Smart City Technologies

The global problem of the growing city centers has many causes and requiring many different solutions.  Traffic management, public transport scheduling, waste management, pollution control, or preventing and avoiding security threats are, among some of the most relevant, examples of problems that the Smart City has to deal with. Existing urban infrastructures are having difficulty to meet the needs within the increasing population and urbanization of the cities. In this context, innovations must be made in many areas of the infrastructure of the cities such as Transport, Energy and Environment cleanliness.

Dynamic Traffic Light Control

The most important increase due to the population growth in urban areas occurs in the traffic intensity. The number of vehicles increasing in traffic brings with it many new problems such as energy, time, and environmental pollution. Several field studies have been done so far to reduce and minimize traffic intensity. In this context, different solutions have been tried, such as speed controls, camera systems equipped with image processing techniques, and measures to reduce the intensity of intersection connections.

Our solutions not only enable continuous traffic flows but reduce the pollution. A case study of Kocaeli in Turkey city allows us to validate the approach and show its benefits for other cities as well.

Dynamic traffic control System is the latest generation of traffic control System that operates, manages and control the signalized intersections with/without coordination. DTC System is developing by Divit System and it uses the Queueing Theory and Dynamic Priority Scheduling for optimizing of Traffic Light Signal, our studies on different smart city applications are also continuing.

Smart City

Energy conservation and efficiency are major focuses of smart cities.  Smart city technologies also bring efficiences to urban manufacturing and urban farming, including job creation, energy efficiency, space management and fresher goods for consumers.

Also in the transportation arena, smart traffic management is used to monitor and analyze traffic flows to optimize streetlights to prevent roadways from becoming too congested based on time of day or rush-hour schedules.

Data and Cities

Big data is not only about large volumes of data but also about the extra insight and value you can extract from the information about and related to your brand, your products, your campaigns, and your solutions. The Divit professionals are ready to assess & process all the data by means of “big data processing”.

Considering all the smart city appliances (smart metering, traffic lights, waste management, parking, healthcare etc.) there is an enormous data to be collected.

Smart Cities and IoT

installation of sensors that the relevant authorities can access via the Internet to monitor/ measure water levels, pressure, flow rate, and chemical composition in real-time. By doing so, cities would reduce operational costs and increase savings. At the same time, sensors, GPS systems, and traffic cameras installed along/at major roads, intersections, and roundabouts could help cities manage traffic flow more efficiently.