Peggy and John Pletz, senior reporter technology and airlines, Crain’s, talk about how cities are going to be become more connected and smarter with the help of 5G.
Peggy says the growing demand for low latency is not the only reason we need 5G.
Peggy and Chris Pearson, president, 5G Americas, talk about everything as it relates to 5G.
Peggy says safety has to be a priority when creating AVs (automated vehicles) and partnerships are focused on shortening the time between now and the age of autonomy.
Peggy and Rasheq Zarif, managing director, strategy and analytics, Deloitte Future of Mobility Tech Center, joins the show to define mobility and how it is causing a paradigm shift in smart cities.
Peggy gives some examples of how smart-city competitions can open the doors for greater ideas.
Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, talk about technology that is making the biggest impact in smart cities and developing countries.
Peggy and Michael Pegues, CIO, City of Aurora, Ill., talk about smart futureproofing the city, and that technology is the common denominator for local and global growth, but cities have to figure out how to leverage that.
Peggy talks about urbanization and how technology is going to support population growth, pointing to examples such as monitoring water quality, air quality, and pollution level.