This presentation will discuss how the integration of technologies that were developed from across other IEEE Initiatives will come together under the Smart Cities Initiative to provide awareness, answers and action to ensure that cities develop the Smart People that can utilize all of the technologies that will be needed. Due to technical difficulties during the original recording of this webinar, a portion of the webinar was not recorded. The voice recording will resume on slide 13. We apologize about this inconvenience.
Smart Cities - How we will Integrate the Smart Grid, Smart Transportation, Internet of Things with Smart People by Lee Stogner
Posted: 21 May 2015
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