These aren’t pipe dreams. They are smart city products and services in action — aspiring to use technology to put people first. And the sooner we can realize these aspirations, the better.
In the top 100 metropolitan areas of the United States, nearly 25% of citizens are over the age of 65 or living with disabilities.
The internet of things can help advance more inclusive, accessible cities so our aging population can enjoy a better quality of life.
There are four keys to unlocking smart cities to advance more equitable and positive outcomes for people who are aging and people living with disabilities…