“There is no doubt that smart city technologies would be almost inevitable for driving urban infrastructure and enabling future cities to be sustainable and capable of coping up with burgeoning human populations. However, this is not the only way in which smart city technologies would be crucial. Apart from building and managing urban infrastructure and energy systems, smart city technologies would play a key role in building smarter economies and driving city revenues globally. While a lot of focus on smart city initiatives tends to be around using data for increasing efficiency or resolving operational challenges, the same data can also be used to reap major economic benefits,” says Abhijeet Zilpelwar, Head – Technology at Mobiliya, a QuEST Global Company in an article published by EPC&I.
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