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Smart cities can monitor environmental conditions, track energy usage and help citizens access improved living conditions. (iStock)
Smart cities can monitor environmental conditions, track energy usage and help citizens access improved living conditions. (iStock)
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The future of smart cities

Tune in to the Livemint Facebook page at 6 pm on Wednesday, as two leaders from Siemens discuss how technology can make cities more sustainable, efficient, and connected.

Rising population, increasing urbanization and power wastage are some of the commonest concerns plaguing us today.

Enter, smart cities.

Think cost-effective landscapes supported by technology and sustainable frameworks for city planning. Imagine a hyper-connected future where data is the driver of growth.With efficient use of low-powered sensors, wireless networks, web and mobile-based applications, smart cities can monitor environmental conditions, track energy usage and help citizens access improved living conditions.

To know more, tune in to the Livemint Facebook page at 6 pm on September 25.

Robert Demann (Executive Vice President and Head-Smart Infrastructure, Siemens Ltd., India) and Afzal Shabaz Mohammed (Head of MindSphere and Command & Control team, Expo 2020, Siemens LLC, UAE) will talk about the importance of smart infrastructure, especially in a developing economy like India.

During this FB live session, the leaders will also highlight why Expo 2020 in Dubai can become a blueprint for smart cities across the world.

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