Drawing on the combination of Edge computing, the Internet of Things, computer vision and data analytics, smart cities are cultivating safer, healthier and more livable urban environments.

In recent years, I’ve written often about smart cities and the benefits they are gaining from Edge and IoT solutions. These have all been great stories to tell. They spanned the United States, from a look at a proposed e-parking solution for San Francisco to an IoT lab in New Bedford, Massachusetts that is focused on helping smart communities strengthen their economies and become physically healthier.