How SMART is a smart city?
How Can Future Smart Cities Not Only Be Smart – But Also Sustainable and Resilient? Ethics, skills and tech to be discussed (..)
5G technology is expected to be 100 times faster than the existing 4G networks in Canada, with a much lower latency rate, or lag, when sending and receiving data in real-time. It will also be able to handle a much larger number of connected devices than current networks, enabling them to speak to one another. Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, the potential of smart cities and the Internet of Things will be unleashed.
According to a new report from @NavigantRSRCH, there are more than 250 smart city projects from 178 cities around the world, and the majority focus on government and energy initiatives, followed by transportation, buildings, and water goals.
How Can Future Smart Cities Not Only Be Smart – But Also Sustainable and Resilient? Loyal to our commitment to foster skills that matter, we will discuss this with stakeholders from this space and learn from their direct experience in Smart Cities projects.
Domenico Mangiacapra has been working for many years around new tech mobility platforms. Currently, he is CEO of Henshin Group, a tech company that developed MOVENS, the open-source platform ecosystem for Mobility and Energy Industries designed to be the IoT Hub in the Smart City.
Henshin Group is a tech company that developed MOVENS, an open-source mobility platform designed to be the IoT Hub in the Smart City and evolving in accordance with the international standards.
MOVENS is designed to overcome the current technology fragmentation affecting the global digital market and embrace current and future technologies.