Cities are getting smarter, and artificial intelligence and Internet of Things technology are providing more data points than ever – but how do firms, data analysts and city planners make sense of the data? And more importantly, how do they share it?
“Data sharing is really the future of data,” said Philip Bane, the managing director at Smart Cities Council.
With more data than ever, making data interoperable remains a crucial challenge. The way data sets are coded is typically dependent on an individual or research team and sharing and combining data can be, in short, a mess.