Smart Cities - From Concept to Reality

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Konkana Khaund, Energy & Environment Industry Manager
A significant push has been witnessed from governments, suppliers and service providers to make our cities "smart." This calls for several key elements to come together cohesively and profitably to make smart cities a long-term value proposition for all involved.

This briefing will delve into the issues, challenges, and success factors that need to be evaluated in implementing smart city plans.
Nov 20 2013
57 mins
Smart Cities - From Concept to Reality
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