My ignorance is that the intellectuals are generally preparing to build a smart city equipped with a free WiFi network that spans the city from the battery brand, Panasonic, to the US state of Colorado.
Panasonic, which is one of the most consumed energy brands in the world, aims to build this intelligent city by 2026 in a region close to the airport in Denver, the city of Colorado. In this project, which is called CityNow, the name of the mayor of the miraculous city, the grounds of high-tech roads in the smart city has already begun to be prepared.
Denver Airport is located near the 400 acres of free space, booth factor, free WiFi, LED lamps, which are known to be eco-friendly on every street, pollution sensors, and solar-powered micro chargers. Jarrett Wendt, a Panasonic Enterprise Solution Partner, explained to PC Mag that in the event of a power failure, the city will be able to provide electricity for 72 hours.
Noting that Panasonic is the first intelligent city study in America, this project is actually not Panasonic’s first experience. In 2015, the company had experience working in a smart city on an area in Tokyo. In the spring of 2018, this smart city, which will be fully constructed for autonomous vehicles, will also be a good reference for how we will live in cities in the future.