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Kansas City likes sharing its smart city data so other cities benefit too

July 20, 2017View for printing

In a press release, Kansas City announced that it is now opening up the gates on its smart city data. In its first batch of data, it will share smart city insights with leaders from 18 cities, two countries and five federal agencies.

The city says sharing the information will enable big data analysis by its partners that will hopefully improve their smart city initiatives, and Kansas City's as well.

Donal Power

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