Santander’s Digital Nervous System of 12K Sensors

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Spain’s most high-tech city boasts 12,000 electronic sensors attached to buses, power lines and dumpsters that cost $11.1 million to implement, according to an article in Bloomberg Businessweek.

“This digital nervous system puts the city of 180,000 at the forefront of one of the hottest trends in urban management: streaming real-time data to the public in an effort to increase the efficiency and reduce the stress of city life,” the magazine reports.

Read the entire Bloomberg Businessweek article here

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