Using integrated infrastructure systems to make cities more efficient

Imagine living in a city whose infrastructures worked together seamlessly. Where household waste was used to generate green electricity; mobile phone networks helped transport planners to sense and eliminate traffic congestion; and parks were built to both encourage biodiversity and make the city more climate-resilient.

by Peter Madden
Peter Madden says joined-up city systems can improve quality of life
Peter Madden says joined-up city systems can improve quality of life

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