“Smart is not just a word, it's an attitude.”
Smart city technology is increasingly being used to improve public safety by monitoring areas of high crime to improving emergency preparedness with sensors. For example, smart sensors can be critical components of an early warning system before droughts, floods, landslides or hurricanes.
Perhaps the largest potential benefit from smart cities will come from enhancing residents’ quality of life. The opportunities cover a broad range of issues, including housing and transportation, happiness and optimism, educational services, environmental conditions and community relationships.
A city's environment is not shaped only by the people who have influence but also by everyone who live and work there.
“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now” So here at Technovanza we invite all of you to the event where you can plan your own city.