The Panasonic City Project is re-imagining a 400-acre development outside of Denver as a smart city that emphasizes sustainability and mobility. Complete with a multitude of walkways and open spaces, this smart city initiate hopes to merge the convenience of technology with the beauty of the natural world.
In addition to its comforting aesthetic, this city will also feature a variety of sustainable amenities, such as LED lights that switch off when not in use, and solar panels that power the entire development. Additionally, this city will be prepared in the event of an emergency as its updating its energy system with batteries and a self-contained grid. This means that if needed, the city can seamlessly switch from the grid, to its pool of stored electricity.
Nature-Infused Smart Cities
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Contactless Donation Benches
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Smart City Summits
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