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IoT services applied at the Smart Cities level
The Internet of Things (IoT) can consolidate transparently and seamlessly diverse or heterogeneous end systems by granting open access to chosen subsets of data for the development of an excessive amount of digital services. Forming a general architecture for the IoT is indeed a very challenging task, mainly because of the type of devices, link layer technologies, and services that may concern in such a system. IoT visualizes to connect billions of sensors to the Internet to utilize them for practical and productive resource management in Smart Cities. Today, infrastructure platforms and software applications administered as services using cloud technologies. An immense pressure towards organized city management has triggered many Smart City ambitions by both government and private sector businesses to finance in information and communication technologies and to find sustainable solutions to the increasing issues. This paper will be focused on the Smart Services Platform developed through the CitiSim project. Its main objective is to help in providing services for making city life better for the citizens. Also, it was designed to give users powerful monitoring and control infrastructure and to enable them to make critical management decisions on the information provided by the platform. For a better understanding of the events that happen in the city, 3D visualization techniques as VR and AR will be used.