We are all being asked to adapt and adjust in these challenging times; we must expect the same from our urban systems.
This can be an exciting transformation that invites a new level of service for all citizens and residents. But this demands a digital (r)evolution. It will require a shift in mindset, collaboration between an ecosystem of partners, a commitment to shared power and the ethical integration of smart technology.
We've gathered experts from industry, government and academia who are leading this movement. They are combining new tools - artificial intelligence, data science, IoT, edge computing - with radical new ways of thinking about parking, land use and government service delivery to create more inclusive, sustainable cities and a better urban experience for all.