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Future, smart cities will have these 63 skills
Source:Original | Author:Calio Huang of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2019-11-06 | 1199 Views | Share:

For a smart city, everyone may have their own imagination.

Recently, the famous futurist Thomas Frey has made relevant predictions on this topic, and believes that the future smart city will have 63 new skills. To achieve these skills, you will rely on a few key points.

First: the ubiquitous monitoring, sensing, computing, response, and maintenance system.

Once we add sensor networks, sound collection devices, sniffer technology, thermal signature monitors, chemical analyzers, photoelectron spectrometers, thermal scanners, magnetometers, chromatographs, and even other forensic science tools to us The street corners, drones, self-driving cars, lampposts, and sewer systems will generate an incredible amount of data, and this massive amount of data will keep us informed of the city.

Second: the application of digital hygiene technology.

The application of technologies such as drone scanning will enable the creation of digital twins throughout the city. This means that every power line, substation, sewage system, water supply line, emergency service system, Wi-Fi network, highway, security system, traffic control network will form a digital twin. City management will be more convenient through digital twin control centers.

Third: build a search engine for the physical world.

Online search technology has fixed our minds on our ability to discover things. In general, if it is not digital and online, it is impossible to find. In the future, when defining our searchable spaces, drones and sensors will replace most of the work of today's web crawlers, and search technology will become more complex. Soon we can search for properties such as odor, taste, harmonic vibration, texture, specific gravity, reflectivity, and pressure. Over time, search engines will be able to find almost anything in the digital or physical world.

In the end, we can think of the city as a living organism. Every aspect of the city is expanding, contracting, flowing, inputting, exporting, inhaling, and exhaling. Based on this, we will better understand the dynamic nature of the city.