The city of the future will be self-aware, much like a second being. These cities will be able to reconfigure themselves, based on what�s happening, and what might happen, in the immediate future. A global perception exists that our cities can benefit from technology advances, as so many products and services have, and these in turn can help answer the growing challenges of resource management, economics constraints, and social issues they are facing.
A Vision of a Smart, Happy, Citizen as an Enabling Infrastructure for Smart Cities
Posted: 15 Mar 2015
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