Quarantine Urbanism. Redefining Urban Infrastructure
Until the pandemic, most of the forecasts for the development of smart city technologies focused on green energy and clean transport. If earlier urban technologies were focused on the development of infrastructure, then in the context of the global lockdown, the focus has shifted to services and a comfortable urban environment for residents. These problems are being solved by the UrbanTech technology market, which has received a powerful impetus for development due to the coronavirus.
Today, the task of a smart city is not only to improve the quality of life in the city through the introduction of the latest technologies, but also to ensure safety during cataclysms, maintain uninterrupted communication and technological gluing in conditions of increased stress on infrastructure.
- Transformation of the smart city concept. How did the urgent measures taken in the midst of the coronavirus crisis make it more flexible and promising?
- What urban know-how helps to fight the pandemic in Russia and abroad? What are the most in demand?
- 15-minute cities. Focus on smart building, trekking, contactless temperature scanners and unmanned delivery
- What solutions for smart buildings and how can they increase the comfort of end users?
- How will smart cities develop thanks to the experience of fighting the virus?