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How Does a Smart City Work?

If you ask Wikipedia, it explains, “A smart city is an urban area that uses electronic devices and sensors to collect data.” What are these smart cities? Why do they collect data? How do smart cities work? Apart from answering these questions, there’s a lot more to know about technology in smart cities. Let’s dive right in.

By 2050, 68% of the world’s population would be living in urban cities. The gradual shift in preferences and lifestyles creates the need for technological innovation and vice-versa. The emergence of smart city initiatives is the outcome of the growing challenges and necessity for accommodation for the huge population. Read more

What is Smart Government?

A quick search of Google reveals many different definitions and interpretations of smart government. Most focus on the notion that a government is a smart government when they use technology to draw together and align information resources and workflows in public administrations. As the open-source Low-Code Development platform, Crust goes further, however.

Crust Low-Code is Ideally Positioned to Realise Smart Government Projects

Government bodies have to deal with many different technological matters. For example:

  • Cloud Case Management
  • ERP in Education and Smart Schooling
  • Customer Service Solution
  • Customer Management System
  • Digital Transformations
  • Digital Sovereignty
  • Enterprise Messaging
  • Accessibility Standards
  • CRM for Hospitals
  • Army CRM
  • Communication Service Solutions
  • IoT Dashboards and Smart City Infrastructures

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