Smart Cities are set to see significant advancements in 2018, thanks to ICTs designed to improve operations, services, and quality of life.
2017 was an intense year for IoT-enabled smart cities, for the city planners, but also for researchers, policymakers and providers of digitization infrastructure
“The idea of a ‘tailored smart city’ is a very important one. We can, through AI, enhance the cultural heritage of each city to make sure that there are as many different definitions of a smart city as there are cities in the world,” says Alexandre Cadain of Ecole Normale Supérieure, co-lead of the ‘Breakthrough team’ on ‘AI and smart cities and communities’ at the 2nd AI for Good Global Summit.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is an Academia Member of ITU. The university’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) recently released a new paper titled “Foundational Research in Integrated Building Internet of Things (IoT) Data Standards.”