Smart Cities of the Future by Vine Strategy
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SEOUL, South Korea - Txylo -- In recent years futurists have imagined smart cities where residents are synchronised with the environment around them. With advanced multi-modal transit systems, self-sustaining energy grids, clean and safe neighbourhoods, integrated services, and meaningful amenities the goal for a unified man and machine utopia could be around the corner.

Smart city initiatives can cover anything from power distribution, transport systems, street lights, and even rubbish collection. The idea is to use data and technology to make everyday life easier.

Automated Transport

With the adoption of AI and integrated systems, public transport routes can be adjusted in real-time  and intelligent traffic light systems can be used to improve congestion. Multi-modal transport systems can be based largely on power from renewable materials and will send/receive data from connected networks.

Energy Efiiciency

As well as investing in clean energy sources, smart cities will also use technology to help closely monitor real-time energy use and reduce energy consumption.  LED street lights technology, which allows the lights to be adjusted or dimmed based on real-time data. Hybrid energy systems in which the production, storage, and consumption of renewable energy can flow "freely" between buildings, power grids, heat networks, and consumers.

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Safer Environments

With widespread Wi-Fi connectivity, IoT technologies, and CCTV cameras, cities are able to harness technology to improve resident safety and boost incident response times. Automated services like rubbish collection or fire response will be huge factors in making the lives of residents safer.

The idea of a smart city is not just something you will read about. Real world projects are already in motion including the following;

Toyotas Woven City in Japan - Toyota just started building a 175-acre smart city at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan.The Toyota Woven City is designed as a prototype city of the future where all ecosystems are connected,

Neom Project in Saudi Arabia - NEOM is the world's most ambitious tourism project. Built on a most ancient land, enhanced by world-leading design, immersive digital experiences and seamless travel. It will challenge and shape the possibilities of global travel in the years to come.

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