Recently, Kansas City finalized all of its phase one deployments for becoming a smart city which includes: 328 Wi-Fi access points, 178 smart street lights, and a fully developed analytics package. Kansas City chief innovation officer Bob Bennett explained how the city is using big data to improve areas of the city.
Friday, October 20, 2017
Kansas City 'Big Data' Helps Budget Deficit
The police are begging for more cash and neighborhood streets are just about as horrible as they've been for the past decade . . . However, this newsie item extols the virtues of "smart tech" that pays a great many consultants with connections to local media. Take a look: