• Cloud-based IoT service platform

    PSIup combines IT and OT as an innovative tool for smart cities

Cloud-based IoT service platform

Keeping an eye on the quality of life of your citizens and city visitors

The monitoring platform PSIup provides you as a user with an innovative tool that connects your processes with sustainable citizen experiences and thus supports you in developing modern services according to the needs of your citizens, visitors and commuters. PSIup can be populated with IoT devices step by step according to individual customer requirements and can be grown and operated as an "as-a-service" application by cities and municipalities (as well as companies) in the smart city environment.No matter if you want to connect individual sensors, plants and machines or vehicles: PSIup displays your generated data in real time, informs you about current machine conditions and alerts you when set parameters are exceeded. If desired, machine down times can be reduced or predictive maintenance can be generated with the help of AI and machine learning. Via actuators, PSIup can also initiate and execute physical countermeasures.

All the benefits of the cloud-based monitoring platform PSIup:

  • Real-time transparency
  • Almost unlimited flexibility
  • a central management and control interface
  • scalable system with AI tools in tow
  • future-proof and reliable.

No- and low-code developments

Based on no- and low-code developments - besides the possibilities to develop new, unique services - a lot of flexibility in your time planning arises. You or freelance "Click Designers" are invited to actively participate in the design of your digital processes and solutions through the integrated PSI Click Design and through pure parameterization work. You decide when and to what extent. This way you create unique flexibility and agility on the way to a faster ROI and keep your own future firmly under control.

Just try it

In your "PSIup First Experience Package" for e.g. Smart Cities, the following components of an initial setup could be found:

  • required sensors
  • required gateway components
  • your individually configured IoT platform
  • possibility for system parameterization
  • predefined reports, dashboards and KPIs
  • data volume for your data in the cloud

Are your bins e.g. already digital?

Application examples from urban practice

Here is a selection of application examples of which components you as a municipality can connect to PSIup, e.g.:

  • Moisture sensors for green spaces - saving operating resources and the increasingly scarce resource of water
  • Level sensors (as well as sensors for temperature and inclination) for trash cans, containers and waste disposal vehicles - this way you save resources and reduce emissions in your city at the same time
  • Motion sensors (in-ground or surface) in parking areas to indicate free parking spaces - reduce congestion in city centers by parking space search traffic and reduce CO2 emissions at the same time
  • Speed sensors to influence traffic flows. This can reduce the number of start/stop procedures and thus NOX and CO2.

More application examples can be found here.

Quickly adaptable to individual needs

Incidentally, during the Covid 19 pandemic, users independently implemented PSI applications in which room air sensors were used to measure the CO2 content in rooms as an indicator of the proportion of potentially virus-laden aerosols. When thresholds were exceeded, an alarm was triggered and transmitted to the room user in the form of an SMS and in the form of an e-mail, alerting them to the need for shock ventilation. In this way, PSIup supported infection control in workplaces, meeting rooms, canteens and, for example, storage rooms.

Successful Smart City projects are always related to a strong regulatory management level. We support both their technical advisors and the Smart City teams in and at the authorities. And this throughout the entire course of the project. After all, in addition to a good strategy, excellent implementation is crucial for any successful project. In its 2019 publication "Think:Act - The Smart City Breakaway," Roland Berger GmbH speaks of just under 200 cities worldwide that have a published and official Smart City strategy. Not even 10 of them have reached an advanced stage of implementation. How is it in your city?