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dlr5288
dlr5288
6/28/2017 10:41:39 AM
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Re: Poll: Will Integrating the IoT into Smart Cities Be Easy?
I agree! You'd think that would be the most difficult and most important thing when dealing with IoT in a smart city!

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elizabethv
elizabethv
5/31/2017 11:57:50 PM
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Re: Poll: Will Integrating the IoT into Smart Cities Be Easy?
@dlr5288 - Without a doubt security will be difficult to create and maintain for a Smart City. What was crazy was the other post where they talked about not really focusing on that aspect. I can't imagine why that wouldn't be a central concern. 

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Itsmeshawn22
Itsmeshawn22
5/31/2017 3:51:09 PM
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TM Forum's Piva on Creating a Common Smart City Framework
This is another great article/interview i really enjoyed and with the useful information this is great to learn from. I also think that the common smart city framework will be great and form some kind of population in the great way. It will be a sucess i think and will generate some good numbers.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
5/31/2017 3:39:26 PM
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Re: Poll: Will Integrating the IoT into Smart Cities Be Easy?
I was going to say, it's difficult enough outing IoT in a house, but yeah a whole city?!? Security will definitely be the hardest thing to fix/focus on, in my opinion.

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afwriter
afwriter
5/27/2017 11:30:47 PM
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Re: Common Smart City Framework
Obviously, nothing will change if we do not try. I guess in some cases it will be educated trial and error. 

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afwriter
afwriter
5/27/2017 11:27:52 PM
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Re: Poll: Will Integrating the IoT into Smart Cities Be Easy?
I think it is going to be tremendously complex and difficult. Just trying to integrate IoT into a house can be a difficult task. I can't imagine the number of barriers that integrating IoT into smart cities creates. Then there is security which is a whole other issue entirely.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/27/2017 6:38:16 PM
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Re: Common Smart City Framework
The message, though, is this:  It should not prevent us from trying.     Yes it will open up unforseen challenges--and the meltdown in London today underscorse this--right? 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
5/26/2017 10:08:43 PM
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Common Smart City Framework
Every city and its citizens are unique, so converting them into smart cities is a complex task. It will be easier for the metropolitan cities to do this, but smaller cities will have to collaborate with one another, as Piva suggests.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/25/2017 8:57:11 PM
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Re: Ambition for Collaboration
@freehe:

Missed to mention one other thing in my previous response.

Thinking about how collaboration can improve city services, I also feel that there is a need to educate residents so they know what is in store for them. I don't think all of the general population has good understanding so they can related to their daily life.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/25/2017 8:54:42 PM
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Re: Ambition for Collaboration
@freehe:

Good thoughts about fraud reduction, workforce etc.

Also agree with you totally about problem solving becomes less complex as there is a good chance that there may be others that may have gon ethru the same problem and worked for resolution, who will be able to help readily.

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