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Smart Cities

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Saundarya Mehra

on 27 May 2015

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Transcript of Smart Cities

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Seoul, South Korea

GIFT City, Gujarat
Smart Cities
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Smart Grid
Where is the impact?
Case Studies
What would be your dream city?
How can San Ramon be "smart?"
Cities are the key to whether we successfully meet this massive transition challenge and achieve growth that is both sustainable and inclusive
What is going on in our world today?
Population is increasing faster than ever.

1980, 4.5 billion
2050, 9 billion
Money is being made faster and traded than ever.

But the gap between rich and poor is wider than it has been in 30 years.
Globalization has allowed for information sharing to be faster than ever
1950: 33% of world population lived in cities
2050: 66% of world population will live in cities
Rapid Urbanization
Climate Change is real
Carbon Dioxide concentration is higher than it has been in 650,000 years.
Facebook users share nearly 2.5 million pieces of content.

Twitter users tweet nearly 300,000 times.

Instagram users post nearly 220,000 new photos.

YouTube users upload 72 hours of new video content.
Every Minute:
Apple users download nearly 50,000 apps.

Email users send over 200 million messages.

Amazon generates over $80,000 in online sales.

Google receives more than 4 million search queries
To be well-informed and well-intentioned in making decisions.
Solutions to traffic congestion
Greener Buildings
These systems have historically been difficult to manage because of their size and complexity.
By using technology and data analytics to better understand and manage the world around us
Businesses, city leaders and citizens who want to use their resources efficiently and live in a more safe and promising city
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