kenekaplan writes: "Sensor technology and data analytics becoming foundation for urban planning, Herman D’Hooge, Intel engineer and University of Oregon Instructor, cautions that so-called smart cities aren’t merely defined by optimized energy or transportation systems. “It’s not just about efficiency,” he said. “Knowing about what’s going on in your system allows you to make better-informed decisions.”"
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