Besides making the work of a futurist more efficient, these services are helping to make futures thinking more accessible to a broader public.
Often, driving around cities is hectic enough without having to worry about parking, even in smart cities. However, smart parking services are simplifying the parking environment. Some are using peer-to-peer technology to allow homeowners to offer their front lawns for a fee. Other companies are a little more sophisticated with sensors, computer-vision, and analytics. To … Continue reading 10 Companies Helping You Navigate Smart Cities in 2018
As cities expand, roads usually expand as well, but they can't grow indefinitely. In fact, building more roads doesn’t always solve anything. Instead, these 10 companies are working to make roads smarter. Eventually, the smarter roads become, the fewer roads cities will need. To see my full list, please click through to Daily Disruptor: https://www.disruptordaily.com/10-companies-making-traffic-smarter-2018/.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 92% of the global population live in areas with pollution levels that are above safe limits. Here are ten companies that have entered the market to measure the air quality, climate, and weather of our smart cities. With their help, all of us can make better decisions to maintain our … Continue reading 10 Companies Monitoring the Air Quality and Weather of Smart Cities
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is growing into big business. Machine learning, a subset of AI, is expected to reach $8.81 billion by 2022. After millennia of automaton dreams and decades of AI hype, the ability to automate tasks is becoming reality for an ever-widening range of applications. Increasingly, researchers are applying machine learning to power their … Continue reading How Artificial is the Hype Around AI?