The world is experiencing an evolution of Smart Cities. These emerge from innovations in information technology that, while they create new economic and social opportunities, posechallenges to our security and expectations of privacy. Humans are already interconnected via smart phones and gadgets. Smart energy meters, security devices and smart appliancesare being used in many cities. Homes, cars, public venues and other social systems are now on their path to the full connectivity known as the ‘‘Internet of Things.’’ Standards are evolving for all of these potentially connected systems. They will lead to unprecedented improvements in the quality of life. To benefit from them, city infrastructures and services are changing with new interconnected systems for monitoring, control and automation. Intelligent transportation,public and private, will access a web of interconnected data from GPS location to weather and traffic updates. Integrated systems will aid public safety, emergency responders and indisaster recovery.
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The enthusiasts in India, who are sold on digitisation, have a lot to say about how technology and its ubiquity will revolutionise the country with betterproductivity and efficiency. They are confident that technology development has unforeseeable capabilities that extend from basics, like water and sanitation, toenabling high-end communication.
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