Free lecture asking this question in Stockholm, next month.
Is the umbrella term of a smart city, that a city that uses data and technologies to improve the lives of the citizens and businesses that inhabit it. So, what are these technologies?
Does it really boil down to mainly one technology?
Drones don't just fly, there are drones that float and dive, so they can monitor lakes and oceans as well as be used to rescue people from water.
An increasing number of cars on the roads are connected to the internet and gathering data on their drivers, surroundings, traffic conditions, apps..., which offer owners, drivers and passengers enhanced comfort through the quality enhancement process possible from complex data analysis.
Some connected cars can collect up to 25 GB of data per hour
As this is your car, you have the right to know what data the car collects and who gets this data.
Where can i get access to this data?
Just wondering if there are some new Songdo's around (a city or a district built mostly out of private funds, led by the private sector)
My homework and readings make me think that yes (Google up to a certain extent, Gramercy etc.) but always keen to see if there are any more around!