The term ‘Smart City’ sounds like something plucked straight out of science fiction. But far from being a concept of the distant future, smart cities already exist today. In fact, Songdo, a newly developed city in South Korea was titled ‘the world’s first smart city’…
As we aspire towards the green, safe and agile smart cities of tomorrow, a more intelligent approach to transportation is required – one that crucially, demands radical improvement in passenger safety. All of which raises significant questions.
In fact, the mining and excavation industry operate some of the largest vehicles on earth, moving several hundreds of tons of material every day by using super-sized vehicles like trucks, diggers and and excavators.
An efficient public transportation system is fundamental to the success of any major city, providing thousands or possibly millions of residents and commuters with the mobility they need to live and work in a bustling metropolis.
Property owners have typically had to rely on a mixture of traditional security methods to safe guard their homes and businesses, typically involving door locks and keys, simple security alarms, doorbells and intercoms.