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Core connectivity as a key enabler for smart cities

Published by: Neos Networks

With urbanisation continuing at breakneck speed around the world, governments need solutions to make everyday life sustainable and comfortable. They need smart cities.
By 2050, the UN expects 68% of the global population to be urban. In the UK, this figure is already 84%. From pollution to traffic, and overstretched resources to reductions in standards of living, countless issues can arise if city infrastructures fail to keep pace with urbanisation.
To head off such threats, governments and local authorities must embrace smart technology in urban environments. For example, smart sensors for lighting and thermostats can reduce energy usage, while smart traffic lights and routing can alleviate congestion.
Read now to analyse how smart technology can raise the UK's standard of living.

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Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 13 pages

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