For those who’ve dreamt of living in a high-tech community with autonomous vehicles, smart homes and robotic deputy’s roaming for peace of mind, dreams are now reality.
In a Special Edition featuring technology and transportation innovators, USA Today recently highlighted Metro Development Group’s Connected City. It’s a revolutionary concept that promises to facilitate everyday living for community residents and improve the current living standard through consistent innovation.
Not only does Connected City plan to create a safer and more effective commuting route that decreases driving risks and reduces the implied costs, but also to be the nation’s first “gigabit community” with an “ultra fast broadband network that will run a vast array of municipal services” throughout the community.
Self-driving vehicles, smart traffic management systems and the nation’s very first 7.5 acre wide Crystal Lagoon are amongst the City’s innovative elements.
Kartik Goyani, Metro Development Group’s vice president of operations says, “Our guiding principle is to give people time back in their lives.”
Connected City is making sure it offers that (and much more) for its residents.