How AT&T is transforming Dallas into a smart city
Urban developers have bandied the term “smart city” around for some time, and now residents in Dallas’s West End district are seeing those words become reality with the launch of a “living lab” on March 27. Residents may soon notice kiosks containing information for travelers, street lights which brighten up when there are more people, and other technological changes caused with smart devices and the internet of things (IoT).
AT&T is not the only company looking to develop smart cities. Panasonic is working together with Denver to create its own smart city lab near Denver International Airport, and other companies like IBM and Verizon are developing smart city technologies as well. Read the full article here.