Our AR Smart City mobile app offers a unique Augmented Reality immersion into Internet of Things applications for Smart Cities: you are guided into an interactive demonstration of how public services such as streetlight control, parking management, solid waste collection, video surveillance and public Wi-Fi can be managed and controlled from a single platform, making Cities cleaner, safer and more livable.

When entering the AR experience, the following views and contents are available:

Smart Urban Network – enjoy a digital animation of PE Smart Urban Network to see how the interoperable Wireless IoT and Wireless Highspeed IoT platform enables key City services

Smart Applications – play digital animations of urban applications including Smart Lighting, Smart Parking, Smart Waste, Smart Building, Smart Sensing and Wireless HighSpeed Services

Smart Data – look at smart devices and data in action, with simulated readings from streetlights, parking lots, waste bins, building and environmental sensors

Smart Products – learn more about PE Smart Urban Network components, discovering main features of PE Smart CMS, PE Smart Nodes and Gateways

 

AR Smart City mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices: download it for free from Apple Store or Google Play

Enter the AR experience:

With a marker image
Marker-based Augmented Reality (also called Image Recognition) needs some type of visual marker, such as a QR/2D code, to produce a result only when it is sensed by a reader, which corresponds to the camera of your mobile device.
To start the AR experience this way, download the marker image at this link and print it (A3 format would be preferable). Select the option ‘With marker image’ from Main page, frame the picture with your device’s camera and follow the instructions.

Without a marker image
Markerless Augmented Reality (also called location-based, position-based, or GPS) uses the GPS, digital compass, velocity meter, or accelerometer which is embedded in your mobile device to provide data based on your location.
To start the AR experience this way, select the option ‘Without marker image’ from Main page, move around slowly to find a plane surface (a table or the floor would be fine), frame it and follow the instructions.

3D tracking
Superimposition-based Augmented Reality either partially or fully replaces the original view of an object with a digitally augmented version of that same object.
As object recognition is needed, this AR experience is available only at Paradox Engineering’s premises. To schedule a visit or ask for more information, please contact us.

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