The system will try to improve urban planning and city management services in smart cities using advanced digital twins.
Holograph Augmented Reality technology company WiMi has announced it will begin construction of a holographic super intelligent network system that will integrate 6G capability with artificial intelligence. The result will be to improve urban planning and city management services in smart cities through the use of advanced digital twins.
Digital twins city models enable comprehensive urban planning of the future
The system will provide the foundation for AI analysis of big data relating to terminals and high-performance data transmission through dedicated information channels running on 6G. AI makes this complex data processing more efficient and enables city planners to view insights even from multidimensional data.
This type of real-time monitoring allows city planners to monitor what’s happening more closely and notice abnormalities more quickly. These early warnings help mitigate risks and utilize city resources more efficiently.
Even more interesting, this real-time data collection could be another step towards safer deployment of autonomous vehicles. The holographic city will provide a multidimensional map of obstacles and traffic movements happening in real time.
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Smart cities require data-driven decision making
The system is based on open source frameworks, including Kubernetes, and encourages secondary development from other contractors. The company hopes this will lead to more sustainable city technology and reduce barriers to operation and maintenance.
WiMi believes this technology will provide the type of multidimensional data collection and processing cities of the future need. Knowledge management of this caliber will allow cities to maximize the value of data assets and reduce response times in high-stress situations.
WiMi will use this new holographic city technology to further the development of tools like this. Cities will be able to use the data available no matter the volume or type, and artificial intelligence capabilities will pave the way for new smart city features as 6G rolls out in the future.