Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
(When cities forget about people: La Defense, Paris, photographed by Phil Beard)
(I recently took the difficult decision to resign from IBM after nearly 20 years to become IT Director for Smart Data and Technology for Amey, one of the largest infrastructure and services companies in the UK, and a subsidiary of the Ferrovial Group. It’s a really exciting opportunity for me to build a team to create new Smart City services and infrastructures. If you’d like to work in the Smart Cities field, please have a look at the roles I’m hiring for. I’ll be continuing to write the Urban Technologist, and this seemed a good point to share my view of the current state of the Smart Cities movement.)
The last year has shown a huge acceleration of interest and action in the Smart Cities market – in the UK, and around the world. What has long been…
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