First Smart City IFTTT Platform

First Smart City IFTTT Platform

Home / News | posted on 21 02 2017

Louisville, Kentucky has become the first city to use the IFTTT (If This Then That) platform to disseminate data through a dedicated channel.

Due to concerns about poor air quality, Louisville is using IFTTT to give their residents a quick and easy way to keep up to monitor current air quality. "This is all in an effort to bridge what we would like to do for our smart city, which is how do we take smart city technologies and improve services we deliver to citizens and businesses within Louisville metro government" said Grace Simrall, chief of civic innovation for the city of Louisville. This gives an interesting insight to the possibilities that exist to provide data from the whole range of ITS infrastructure (not just air quality) to users in an innovative, flexible way.

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