Smart cities are going to be a brand new world, connecting all devices with the Internet of Things (IoT), managing traffic, residential buildings and offices, as well as retail spaces and even schools! Imagine a completely smart city with devices and sensors in every public object – traffic lights sending messages to cars, and cars transmitting to public transport, where driverless cars will move around and make car accidents minimal. Urban structures will contain several new solutions determined to enhance residential experience, and help pedestrians to be more effective in doing their daily chores, going to work, or just shopping at the mall. Not only static objects will become connected but we will also drive in automated robot cars in a city that lives on its own. Local municipalities will use RFID tagging for easier parking and wearables will drive all this data and help governments analyze best possible solutions through big data.
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