Your city is dumb. The potholed streets, coin-operated parking meters, and drafty brick buildings many of us interact with every day haven't changed much in a century. But it's finally happening. From Oslo to San Diego, cities across the globe are installing technology to gather data in the hopes of saving money, becoming cleaner, reducing traffic, and improving urban life.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Kansas City Is A Giant Smartphone???
A more apt comparison might involve another appliance like a toilet or maybe a
douche female hygiene accessory but this bit of commonplace tech hype touts recent high-priced surveillance sensors along the toy train streetcar line. Checkit: