Smart Cities won’t be Smart if They Ignore Logistics
SEPTEMBER 17, 2018
For example, urban planners in Charlotte, NC, have “designated a 60-acre, 50-square block area as a place for modern, urban redesign, dubbed the North Tryon Vision Plan. ” Such areas sound idyllic; but, pedestrian only, limited traffic areas could create logistics challenges. A topic seldom raised in smart cities discussions is last-mile logistics (i.e., Last-mile Logistics in the Smart City. This is especially true in the area of logistics.