Featured from Intelligent Utility Magazine
The smart city is a somewhat nebulous concept. There is no absolute definition, but rather a process or series of steps by which cities become more livable, resilient and able to respond quicker to new challenges. In its latest report, IHS Technology defines a smart city as one that has deployed, or is currently piloting the integration of, information and communications technology (ICT)
Bishop Daryl Harris leads a small, mostly working-class congregation on Detroit's east side that you'd hardly suspect could run up a $170,000 electricity bill that would lead the city to sue the church as a deadbeat.