May 1, 2020
An article in Fortune Magazine is titled “The City That Sees All.” Shenzen, North China, is such a place.
Based on a booming economy thanks to several tech giants, innovation has gone rampant. Thanks to a population that has grown to 12.5 million since 1990, ways and means to move people into and out of the heart of the city still rely on subways.
Automated screens keep real-time data in view to help direct passengers to the nearest waiting car where they swipe their smart phone to board. Those who drive are directed into a “smart” parking garage where they are assigned and directe...