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How to grow smart cities

Shawn DuBravac, chief economist, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) | June 26, 2015
Consumer Electronic Association’s (CEA) Chief Economist, Shawn DuBravac, breaks down the concept of a smart nation into digestible bits and explains how cities like Singapore can become a smart nation, and how the consumer technology industry helps drive this change.

With IoT technology requiring connectivity and collaboration across industries, realizing our plans will need discussion and collaboration — an ecosystem for developers. Face-to-face events like CES and CES Asia bridge gaps worldwide where key industry leaders share their companies' visions for the future.

Smart cities will absolutely enrich our lives. They will have a direct impact in tackling urbanization problems, and an indirect impact by freeing up manpower and resource to develop further ways to alleviate the burden. Although we face economic and logistical challenges along the way, smart cities represent a brighter future for all of us.

 

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