Analyses | Innovation and technology development | 2018-11-02 | HKET

Planning smart cities from the ground up



Constrained by existing infrastructure, introducing high-tech elements that can make people’s lives better into an established community is challenging. Conversely, a smart city that has been conceptualised from the outset offers much greater possibilities. A smart neighbourhood pilot project to be carried out in Toronto can illustrate the potential of planning from the ground up.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.