Fueling urban innovation with smart city technologies

Today’s cities face an expanding array of economic, environmental and demographic challenges. In a rapidly urbanizing world, more people choose to move to urban centers each year. The U.N. projects that 68% of the world’s population will live in cities by mid-century, up from 55% today. Such growth will place additional demands on urban infrastructures while necessitating those city governments to deliver services at an ever-greater scale.