Hotspots, pollution meters, gunshot locators: The untapped potential of streetlights

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April 23, 2021
Wi-Fi hotspots, pollution meters, gunshot locators: How lampposts are making cities smarter
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As smart cities develop, they should leverage the untapped potential of street lights, finds a new report.

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