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The value of enriching city data

Cities Today spoke to Mika Rytkonen, Director, BD & Industry and Government Relations, HERE

What vision does HERE have for city development and how are you working to achieve that?

It’s self-evident that urbanisation will be one of the mega trends and continue to be so. More and more people are moving to cities. The way we move and live in cities is changing, and dramatically, because there are so many people and there is not enough space.

In this new world we can’t use the traditional tools and solutions like building new infrastructure or building more roads. Instead we need to do intelligent things and we believe that starts by digitalising the city infrastructure and capturing data. To be precise, the data should have location and time components that is then used in what we call a reality index.

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