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Frost & Sullivan Value Proposition – Smart Cities

Frost Sullivan Value Proposition - Smart Cities

Frost & Sullivan has defined a smart city as one that has an active plan and projects in at least five of the eight functional areas of Energy, Buildings, Mobility, Technology, Infrastructure, Healthcare, Governance, and Citizens. Each of these key parameters has specific components that define the ‘Smartness’ of a City.

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