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Big data holds the key to the evolving state of the world's biggest and best cities. The goal of smart cities is to create more efficient methods, aiding development, communication and infrastructure.
If you want to discover more about the growth of these cities, receiving insight from global authorities in the field, we work with big data and smart city experts whose knowledge can unlock new possibilities for your business.
Years of consultancy experience has positioned these keynote speakers to the top, allowing them to make observations beneficial to the success and growth of businesses and individuals who relate to the world that smart cities are creating.
Defined as an urban location that uses a range of electronic Internet of Things (IoT) to gather information, smart cities use data from citizens and devices to manage resources effectively. Able to monitor every aspect of a cities day to day life, from transport to waste management, smart cities are able to manage the supply and demand of assets.
Smart cities thrive on data, utilising the vast resources available to proactively approach the management of the city. Smart city strategies are used to decide routes, locations of businesses, green initiatives and energy. They control traffic flows and parking, enabling faster responses to accidents and incidents.
By taking advantage of information and communication technology (ICT), including the devices attached to the IoT network, the city can connect with its citizens and keep their services working at optimal condition. By monitoring the city in real-time, officials can directly respond to both the community and infrastructure alike, then respond to any changes in the city.