SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
Drive technology creation through rapid adoption and resilient safety infrastructure
We don’t always know what the future holds, but we can take steps to prepare for the unknowns. Like the environment, technology systems are hyper-complex organisms made of sensors, equipment, software, networks, data, and a seemingly endless number of other elements. New technologies arise daily. As artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the metaverse, among other emerging technologies dominate news publications, it can be tempting to be deeply focused only on these promising new areas.
However, we must take a step back and consider potential pitfalls as well as opportunities looking farther into the technological future to ensure technology sustainability, so the architectures and systems developed today have longevity.
A core technology providing the infrastructure backbone for Smart Cities of the future is wireless communications, yet the safety of this technology has not been adequately addressed by nations or wireless operators, which resulted in growing public concern.
Safe Dynamics focuses on creating robust technology sustainability plans to align the technologies of today and tomorrow with the long-term strategies and visions for nations around the world.
A core piece of any Enterprise Architecture is ensuring the safety infrastructure is robust.
wireless infrastructure deployments
In a post-COVID world, governments and businesses are expected to go above and beyond previous levels when it comes to safety. Countries around the world have the opportunity to show global leadership in providing safety to their citizens, residents, and tourists by addressing this unresolved concern as 5G rollout continues.
Historically, technology risks are mitigated through a combination of third-party verification of safety and a financial safety net in case of incident. Airline travel, electricity, even elevators are regularly used technology today, yet each only became widely used once auditing agencies confirmed safety. Similarly, today’s technologies must consider risk exposure levels for nations, businesses, and individuals and take steps to mitigate them during the deployment.
protects national and private infrastructure investments through technology sustainability