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Indonesia: A new smart cities frontier

A good practice for the transition of the cities

Published: 10/04/2018

Country: India
Indonesia’s progressing shift from being a rural economy to an urban one has not only paved a way for its prospective growth in the near future, but has also put up many challenges in its way to face up to. The transition is going to be rapid, so much so that by the year 2025, about 70% of Indonesia’s population is estimated to reside in the cities. It is high time that the government starts investing in innovative urban planning to sustain a better life for the country’s citizens in the near future. 

Globally, as far as the development of smart cities is concerned today - digital technology is the watchword! Indonesia’s smart cities too need to follow innovative designs in its architecture and engineering to contribute to a much more sustainable living for its citizens. Also with the anticipated growth in population, an innovative urban planning is the only solution for the country’s upcoming smart cities. Today, the country...

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