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Society is the hallmark of a city. Active participation of a civil society in transforming cities into smart cities is crucial. Enhancement accompanied by technological advancement in the areas of health, education, culture, personal safety and social cohesion add to a strong society. Moving forward in this context, our website helps build stronger societies by focusing on the opportunities and challenges which come along the way.

How to Be More Eco-Friendly and Sustainable in 2023

Are you worried about your health? Or maybe you’re worried about the health of our planet? Or...

Easy Green Eating Habits to Adopt Right Now

Today, people are not only eating overly large portions full of sugar and preservatives, but we are...

The Role of IoT in Smart City Growth

Major cities are developing smart systems using the internet of things (IoT). Various autonomous devices work together...

Taiwan Built AI Robot as Smart Learning Partner

Children in kindergarten are enthusiastically interacting with an AI robot The Industrial Development Bureau of the Ministry of Economic...

Smart Cities Will Change the Future of Education

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no question that school districts have had to adapt and deal...

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