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Elements Of A Smart City: The Essentials

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Elements Of A Smart City Covering The Basics

With all the talk of incorporating smart technologies within cities that already exist, it is hard not to wonder what it would be like to build a smart city from the ground up. Bureaucracy, limited resources, and rigid infrastructure often haunt urban planners’ dreams today and slow down progress. What does it take to build a truly smart city? And how can cities approach smart...

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Data Sharing In The Smart City Context Why It Matters

Even though we’re moving at lightning speed towards a truly connected future, one issue stands in the way of smart cities. Currently, every segment of the smart city ecosystem is built separately. This is sometimes due to the lack of funding, the lack of existing legislation (or the will to create a new one), or simply because we still lack the necessary components to integrate...

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What Makes A City Sustainable? Explore 5 Of The World’s Most Sustainable Cities

  Sustainability is so much more than a buzzword – it is our path forward to a livable future. While some cities struggle to get their citizens on board, others are bright examples of soft and hard measures that add up to create environmentally friendly urban areas. Today, we will take a look at five cities that sit on top of many sustainability charts, and we...

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3 Ways In Which 5G Will Affect Smart Cities

  5G networks hit the headlines during the past couple of years for various reasons – from technological issues that threatened to ground aviation to a certain vaccine controversy that we all want to forget ever happening. What news outlets failed to mention is that 5G can significantly speed up not only our internet connection but also the integration of smart city technologies. Let’s talk about...

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This Is How MaaS Can Help Cities Achieve Their Carbon Neutrality Goals

  If last month’s COP 26 taught us something, it is that we probably won’t be able to achieve the ‘best-case scenario’ of 1.5 degrees temperature increase before the end of the century. Talks are slow, decisions are made but not implemented, many countries are still refusing to participate (or are not present at the table). It may sound disheartening but there is a silver lining...

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