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5 ways to speed up the creation of smart cities

Building models are seen at the offices of Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs "smart city" after the company announced it has pulled out of its project due to economic uncertainty in Toronto, Ontario, Canada May 7, 2020.  REUTERS/Chris Helgren - RC2VJG91RKAK

Technology-enabled infrastructure will lead to smarter, greener cities. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

Richard Threlfall
Global Head of KPMG Impact, GCM Sectors IGH Infrastructure, KPMG
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