Denmark and SG have mutual vision for smart cities

| October 30, 2015

Denmark and Singapore have gotten together to develop smart city technologies and applications. The country and city state have entered into a cooperation to work together and share ideas and data on smart city initiatives.

Specifically, Copenhagen wants to learn from Singapore smart applications in the areas of public transportation and water management, according to a report in eco.business.

The report notes that both Denmark and Singapore have a lot in common, including being small nations with a similarly small population – circa 5.5 million people.

“Both Singapore and Denmark are developing smart city solutions, and despite our differences and approaches, the outcome and purpose are the same – it’s about our people and about improving their quality of life,” said Danish ambassador to Singapore Berit Basse.

Source: A mutual vision for smart cities | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific

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