Connected city blueprint

Wireless Broadband Alliance

Written and compiled with the guidance of the Connected City Advisory Board (CCAB), the Connected City Blueprint serves as the first in an ongoing series of documents that will aim to aggregate and present the views, case studies, and opinions of city officials, local authorities, and more.

Overall connectivity is important to a city on many layers:

  • Citizens: Providing greater convenience and better quality of life;
  • Create new economic opportunities for companies in all sectors including tech, media, healthcare, logistics and more;
  • Government: Efficiently manage and run the city by anticipating needs and providing improved services to its people.

This initial Connected City Blueprint report is a starting point to aggregate and identify Cities and Local Authorities views and perspectives on how to structure connectivity plans, their benefits and the value propositions around a horizon that various stakeholders can understand.

This white paper was first published on Wireless Broadband Alliance website

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