About Smart City And Technology
Smart city is a title that is given to a city that amalgamate information and communication technologies (ICT) to enrich the quality and performance of urban services such as energy, transportation, and utilities to slash resource consumption, wastage and total costs.
A major objective of smart cities is to achieve treble sustainability in social, economic, and environmental problems. The Internet, Modern information and communication technologies (ICTs), and the constant expansion of data supply widen the possibilities for enhancing urban citizens' working and living circumstances. In principle, economic geographers’ emphasis on place-certain dynamics and systemic connections between technology trends, economic challenges, social requirements, and planning needs.
Localized processes are being rooted in broader, often comprehensive, economic, political, and societal settings. Appropriately, sustainable technologies, along with socioeconomic and cultural settings at the regional level and other dimensional scales are needed if a smart city is to attain its complete potential.