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SMART CITY SURVEY RESULTS: TRENDS AND SUCCESS FACTORS
The smart city train is leaving the station. According to our worldwide user survey, 66% of municipal IT staffs are investigating, evaluating, and implementing smart city projects with Internet of Things devices. A broad range of projects are being driven by the very low cost of IoT sensors, the prevalence of smart phones, and the growing demand of residents for more and better services. When asked about the benefits of IoT smart city technology, participants reported improved public safety, reduced expenses, quicker responsiveness to resident needs, and better data for managing the city as the top advantages. The municipal departments achieving these results include public works, police, fire departments, EMT, and public health. Participants reported these types of IoT smart city projects: smart buildings, smart parking, smart traffic, smart lighting, smart utilities (water, gas, electric, etc.), and smart surveillance/security/disaster response. BOB NILSSON DOWNLOAD