Sensors in the Municipal Administration Industry

The arrival of the 5G era will accelerate the application of sensors in municipal administration, and sensors will serve as the "bridge" of smart cities, which will inevitably usher in a large-scale industrial explosion. 


Winsen Sensors Improve Urban Security Risk Early Warning and Prevention Capabilities

The basic requirement of a smart city is to realize the connection of things in the city, every object that needs to be identified and managed needs a corresponding sensor installed. With the vigorous promotion of smart city and Internet of Things construction, Winsen sensors are widely used in urban underground pipe network construction, pipeline pressure monitoring, water quality detection and pollution source detection.

Perception and data collection are the foundation of intelligence. Relying on Winsen's powerful sensors, Perceived city lifelines involve water, gas, heat, traffic, hazard sources, pollution sources monitoring data, etc. Through real-time collection and monitoring of remote data, combined with intelligent and scene-based analysis models, it can achieve advanced prediction, early warning and pre-control. Strengthen the effective perception of the safety status information of the relevant personnel, equipment, facilities and environment, and realize the real-time monitoring, early warning, prevention and control of various safety elements of the urban lifeline.

All-round Real-time Monitoring

Different application scenes have common requirements for sensors, Winsen sensor’s intelligence, networking, miniaturization, low power consumption and low cost are the keys to realizing massive urban applications.

Here You Can Find All Winsen Municipal Administration Industry Solutions

Winsen is a sensor expert in the municipal administration industry. The R&D team of more than 100 people support you to further develop your products, with customized production and service concepts. Winsen sensors can monitor the temperature and humidity, combustible gas, toxic gas, pressure, water quality, etc. of urban water, underground pipe network, public toilet, septic tank, etc. in real time, helping municipal management to change from "treatment-based" to "prevention-based" to achieve sustainable urban development.

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