What Makes a Smart City Smart
The idea of the smart city has been evolving for quite a long time now. The use of modern technologies is at a core of the concept of smart cities. IoT developer is a very promising career as these specialists would play a critical role in the evolution of traditional cities to smart ones across the globe. High rise structures, roads or beautiful skyscrapers don’t make a city smart, but in fact, it should be a city where technologies are used together to make it a most livable place for the human beings. “Clearly, then, the city is not a concrete jungle, it is a human zoo”, as put by…
Smart Cities: A Public and Private Partnership
The internet has become a vital part of everyday life, especially for people living in urban areas. In fact, it's not much of an exaggeration to say that access to the internet is a basic human right, much like having access to food, shelter, and clothing.
5 Modular Solutions for the City of the Future
As the population in cities grows, they are forced to expand continuously to accommodate that growth. The problem with this is that most cities expand outward, taking up more land. While this is one solution, it's not exactly what you would call efficient.
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Lamborghini Insecta Concept The Lamborghini Insecta Concept is a design study of a 2-seater mid-engined supercar created by Romanian Iulian Bumbu. The design combines the brand’s styling cues with elements inspired by insect exoskeletons. As Iulian Bumbu explains “The idea was to create an extreme race-oriented supercar with a style that introduces softer and more organic lines and integrate them into the geometrical style of Lamborghini.” The main inspiration came from nature, and in particular from the exoskeletons found in insects (bugs). This kind of “armour” appearance is particularly visible in the back and top views. A 21st Century Poseidon Adventure: Virgin Introduces New “Underwater Plane” If you’ve always dreamt…
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As urban areas become more congested and dense, it becomes more challenging for city dwellers to spend time outdoors, exercise and relax. Buildings tower over public parks, blocking out the sun, while city streets are polluted with particulate matter and exhaust from vehicles.