Chapter 7 The Internet for urban systems
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Our discussions in the three previous chapters (4_6), on the uses of the Internet by people and companies, have assumed the use of the Internet for commu¬nications and information services by humans, for private as well as business uses. In this chapter, we move to yet another Internet-based dimension of cities, namely communications within and between urban systems, as well as communications between them and their human operators and users. These latter uses and operations by and for systems are based on the IoT technology, which we highlighted back in Chapter 3.

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