Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung ChangPedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung Chang
Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung Chang
Daniel Chun
Opinion

Opinion

Daniel Chun

Hong Kong’s people are a great source of smart information: let’s make use of it

  • Incorporating data and information provided by ordinary people into the city’s networks could save money and hasten the achievement of the government’s smart city goals

Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung ChangPedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung Chang
Pedestrians view their smartphones as they walk cross an intersection in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district. Photo: Fung Chang
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