5 Ways Sensor Technology Can Improve City Infrastructure (Industry Perspective)

Smart city sensorsSHUTTERSTOCK

More than 6.5 billion people are expected to live in cities by 2050, according to UN estimates. That figure represents more than double the number of people currently living in such settlements. In order to withstand the pressure on infrastructure that this process of urbanization will bring, smart cities — referring to a concept by which cities’ traditionally offline systems such as water supply networks are brought online and connected to sophisticated analysis and control systems — are expected to grow commensurate with this process of worldwide urbanization


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