Network Server Circular City

The Role of Network Servers in the Circular City

How can a circular city be achieved? What technologies, policies, internal infrastructure, and models need to be put in place for it to be successful? Prefecture Podcast is diving into these topics and more in the coming weeks, starting with the network servers and technologies needed to support complex artificial intelligence systems and communications infrastructure.

K.A.I.L.E (Kinetic Artificial Intelligent Learning Environment) is our automated AI system that manages, monitors, and regulates all the functions and operations of the circular city from transportation to agriculture. KAILE is the mainframe API data center that runs the power grids, transportation, robotic construction, health, and agriculture sectors. KAILE collects real-time data and creates algorithms that best provides resources to each individual of that populous.

Digital technologies and networks, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), will track the journey of products, materials, and objects and provide resulting data that measures the circular economy’s success and even spark new ideas for improvement. These digital landscapes and networks that will support comprehensive AI systems like KAILE offer circular economies the opportunity to strengthen the connectivity between data, physical objects, and people.

Circular cities depend on IoT, or physical objects connected to a network. The network enables the data gathering from those physical objects, devices, or materials being tracked. AI and IoT will allow us to analyze data with greater efficiency, accuracy, and with greater detail. IoT technology requires a vast network of widely distributed sensors and control devices. As a result, both wired and wireless networks may be used to connect the sensor with their control systems, which will in turn gather, store, and process that data. The server, storage, and network devices reside within the city’s central data center—which will process and support the millions of devices and tasks across the grid.

Tune in to Prefecture’s upcoming podcasts for a more in-depth discussion on KAILE’s five city industry, innovation, and lore.

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