The need for smart cities stretches beyond our appetite for the latest technology. Smart cities are essential for the long-term management of assets and resources.
As more than 1.3 million people globally are moving to a city each week, it is becoming increasingly important for cities to become smart. Cities that fail to adopt smart technology will fail to preserve sustainability and efficiency.
So what exactly is a smart city and how do smart cities work?
eSpida’s latest blog by Katie Mansell explains how developing trends including artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and digital twins are steering the adoption of smart cities. Read the blog here