Cities all over the world have been paying quite close attention to Pavement Labs’ efforts in order to win approval to get a smart-city development within Canada’s largest town.

After months associated with negotiations with the particular tri-government agency responsible for the Toronto project, plus an initial plan which was met with substantial pushback on problems around real estate, mental property, data personal privacy and community wedding, the Google sibling company has created a new, more restricted proposal that address Torontonians’ major qualms about the Quayside task.