Urban technology has experienced rapid change over the past couple of years. New digital systems are constantly being introduced in cities and local governments, and thus consequently being integrated into daily life. The increasingly vast innovations and consistent updates in technological solutions and mobile systems can provide cities and local governments with a wide variety of benefits that can help them overcome their biggest operational challenges. Smart cities can leverage the power of low-code solutions to deal with monitoring issues, analyze data, collect, track and monitor information and systems and establish order in various processes.
A smart city is defined as a geographical area that leverages the power of technological solutions to provide its citizens with the most optimum and efficient communal processes by improving administrative systems, public services and overall quality of life. Recent studies have shown that the revenue from smart city infrastructure is forecasted to grow to more than $100 billion by the year 2025.
Furthermore, low-code application development platforms can enable smart cities to build powerful solutions that can automate various time-consuming and impractical daily processes that cities and local governments are tasked with overseeing.