21 Apr '17, 12am

Tomorrow's Cities: Singapore's plans for a smart nation

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Karishma Vaswani tests Singapore's smart city tech Singapore is aiming to be the world's first Smart Nation - but what does that actually entail? You know what it's like. You're waiting for the bus on your way to work and inevitably, you're late. Enter Singapore's Smart Nation solution, which aims to merge technology into every aspect of life on the small island. That includes some bus stops, which under this plan will now have interactive maps and wi-fi connectivity - even e-books and a swing. This is all an attempt to make the journeys of Singapore's commuters more enjoyable and efficient. If you look at how important the bus system is to public transport here, it makes sense. With almost four million daily rides, the bus network makes up the most significant part of Singapore's transport network. Nowhere is the ...

Full article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-39641262

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