Smart Cities can provide a sturdy infrastructure to support the rise in urban populations. It offers smart facilities for water, sanitation, electricity, and security for residents in an efficient manner. Overall, the smart city model promotes development of small business, educational institutions and commercial spaces. Providing a thriving and connected environment that benefits businesses, residents, and government alike.
However, there are always hurdles that can affect the execution of smart and connected cities. Some of these include administrative, financing, high construction expenses, regulations, community participation, and technical constraints. So how do cities overcome these obstacles? Sit in on this panel to learn how city CTO, CIOs, and IT managers are finding solutions to help make their cities smarter.