Shifting sands: Sensors, people and wireless technologies are going to make cities very interesting places.
It makes sense that as our lives become hyper-connected, so will the cities we live in.
If you believe the hype, mobile technology could well be the tool that facilitates many of the smart, urban connections aimed at improving general city services, transportation, energy use, environmental/green activities, and even something as simple as signage.
There's no shortage of examples of how this is evolving in cities around the world, and executives at the recent Mobile World Congress were quick to share their theories of where all this could be heading.
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