Accounting for about 75% of global primary energy use, cities are by far the biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions. Given that they are the main source of demand and the owners of municipal infrastructure, how can cities be smarter in the way they design, build and operate infrastructure in ways that encourage greater efficiency and sustainability?
Prime TIme's Timothy Go speaks with Caspar Herzberg, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Revenue Officer, AVEVA to find out.
He is also the author of the book ‘Smart Cities, Digital Nations’, where he shares his perspective on challenges in smart city projects and shared a vision of why smart cities are essential.
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