Planning smart cities from the ground up

Technology and Innovation | 2018-11-02 HKET Next Prev

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.

Key points in English are listed on the right for reference.