Mobile Computing, IoT and Big Data for Urban Informatics: Challenges and Opportunities
Over the past few decades, the population in the urban areas has been increasing in a dramatic manner. Currently, about 80% of the U.S. population and about 50% of the world’s population live in urban areas and the population growth rate for urban areas is estimated to be over one million people per week. By 2050, it has been predicted that 64% of people in the developing nations and 85% of people in the developed world would be living in urban areas [1, 2]. Such a dramatic population growth in urban areas has been placing demands on urban infrastructure like never before.
A. Mondal et al., "Mobile Computing, IoT and Big Data for Urban Informatics: Challenges and Opportunities," Handbook of Smart Cities, Springer, Nov 2018.
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