The smart way to smart cities begins with buildings

Technologists, city planners, and city leaders are grappling with a tremendous number of questions and decisions as they eagerly try to leverage smart technology to improve government services, urban quality of life, sustainability, and more. What number and combination of sensors, beacons, and meters provides enough data to enhance quality of life? How many smart lights, smart parking spaces, smart energy and water meters constitutes a smart city? Put together, all of these questions are making city leaders second-guess whether and how to make investments in smart city infrastructure and technology.

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Categories: Fiber, FOTC, SCN, Smart Buildings

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