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US Launches Smart Cities Effort

8/26/2014 06:00 AM EDT
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Jessica Lipsky
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Smart meters pat deux
Jessica Lipsky   8/26/2014 10:47:49 AM
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I remember the fire and hellstorm (aka rash of social media postings and local news stories) when Pacific Gas and Electric debuted smart meters in California. As smart cities evolve, I wonder if there will be the same sort of outcry. 

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Most needed inventions/connections
Jessica Lipsky   8/26/2014 10:45:13 AM
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What are the most necessary/important connections we can make in a smart city? One of the things I'd love to see demoed are solar panels for pavement or asphalt.

 

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