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August 11, 2022
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Smart cities must develop in surprising ways to meet new challenges

The new generation of smart cities should embrace new technologies and fresh approaches to combat their growing list of challenges, claims a new report from ABI Research. In its new whitepaper, 5 Ways Smart Cities Are Getting Smarter (registration), ABI suggests that digital twins and urban modeling, resilient cities, circular cities, micro-mobility, and smart spaces as the five new urban strategy shifts that will make smart cities smarter in the new ways they need. According to the whitepaper, cities have faced challenges like congestion, pollution, and safety for decades, and most have a plan to combat them. While they continue to…
Smart cities must develop in surprising ways to meet new challenges

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