The 2014 Smart City Expo World Congress, underway in Barcelona, gives Microsoft the opportunity to meet with more than 220 Microsoft CityNext partners who are delivering more than 800 city solutions worldwide that use technology to solve urban issues, writes Josh Henretig in a blog post.
The Smart City Expo World Congress itself has grown significantly since its inception, “reflecting the growing momentum around smart cities,” he says.
On the Microsoft Green Blog, he writes, “We tend to look at smart cities from an environmental sustainability perspective, but there are a number of other considerations that go into the development of a smart city.”
To read Henretig’s post, head over to the Microsoft Green Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff