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The advent of 4G and 5G internet of things (IoT)-based connectivity is spurring the online migration of smart-city applications, helping generate a more than sevenfold increase in smart-city artificial intelligence (AI) software revenue by 2025.

The global smart-city AI software market is set to soar to $4.9 billion in 2025, up from $673.8 million in 2019, according to Omdia AI research report Artificial Intelligence Applications for Smart Cities. Wireless data communications standards are enabling smart-city applications to move into the online realm, where they can capitalise on the latest AI innovations. The growing capabilities of AI are enabling data and insights collected through IoT networks to be monitored, analysed and acted upon.

 

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“From video surveillance, to traffic control, to street lighting, smart-city use cases of all types are defined by the collection, management and usage of data,” said Keith Kirkpatrick, principal analyst for AI at Omdia. “However, until recently, connecting disparate components and systems together to work in concert has been challenging due to the lack of connectivity solutions that are fast, cost effective, low latency and ubiquitous in coverage. These challenges now are being overcome by leveraging advances in AI and connectivity.”

The arrival of 4G and 5G wireless data technologies is making it easier to collect and manage data, promoting the migration of smart-city AI software to the online realm. AI allows data to be analysed more deeply than ever before. The technology can identify patterns or anomalies within that data, which then can be employed for tasks that allow machines to mimic what humans might consider to be intelligence.

Using the power of AI, smart-city systems can create municipal systems and services that not only operate more efficiently, but also provide significant benefits to workers and visitors. These benefits can come in many forms, including reduced crime, cleaner air, more orderly traffic flow and more efficient government services.

 

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