In the wake of COVID-1 9, digital technology will play a crucial role for the purposes of calculating which municipalities thrive–and which ones falter.
The COVID-1 9 crisis has upended city life as we know it. Cities are on lockdown, and the once bustling streets of Paris, New York, London, Rome, and more now sit practically empty-bellied. Technology has been critical to the way municipals and society have coped with the crisis. Online delivery firms have been essential for coming food and supplies to residents, while their diner give copies have helped deter diners up and running during the lockdown. Urban informatics has helped trail the virus and identify infection hot spots. In the not-too-distant future, as cities begin to reopen, digital technology will be needed to better test and vestige the virus as well as to ready urban infrastructure, like airfields, public transport, bureau builds, and enterprises, to open back up safely.
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