The chief of the Australian Smart Communities Association, Laurie Pattton, has called for multi-level government co-operation to help make Australia a world leader in the smart use of technology to improve cities and communities.
The federal government’s funding of the first grants under its Smart Cities and Suburbs Programme is indicative of the growing realisation in government circles that smart technologies will positively transform communities, according to the Australian Smart Communities Association.
The newly installed chief of the Australian Smart Communities Association, Laurie Patton, says it may be time to consider encouraging businesses and the people they employ to move to regional centres – and to turn the demand for broadband outside the capital cities into a solution, rather than seeing it as a problem.
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