Today’s smart cities are transforming the way we live, work and play. But far from being just a 21st-century gimmick, there are significant—even life-changing—advantages to the implementation of smart technology in cities around the world, says Matthew Margetts, Director of Sales and Marketing at Smarter Technologies.
Matthew Margetts is Director of Sales and Marketing at Smarter Technologies discusses the future of flooding control, as local governments and organisations look to plan the smart cities of the future, and the role automated meter readers (AMRs) and stopcocks have to play.
Phil Beecher looks at some of the smart city technologies we can expect in a post-pandemic world
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