For many, cities are the sprawling urban centers where residents live, shop, and work. For others, cities represent oases of culture where visitors can uncover the latest cultural phenomena, buy the most up-to-date goods, or even just spend a day exploring.
And soon, more people might live within city limits rather than beyond their borders. In fact, by 2050, it is predicted that seven out of ten people will live in an urban center. To deal with this population fluctuation and the extra stresses it causes, such as traffic congestion, pollution, and higher rates of crime, Smart Cities are being created. But what is a Smart City and what types of technology does it use?
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