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Kiosks Used for Advertising In Building Smart City

There's more to Kansas City than barbecue and baseball, as the metro area digs in even deeper to become a smart city. In May, the Missouri city heralded the first phase of its plan to become a smart, connected city by creating a 2.2 mile smart district with 20,000 residents in the heart of downtown. The core area includes a streetcar line, free public Wi-Fi, smart LED streetlights, and 25 digital kiosks as part of an infrastructure overhaul. The first phase has been limited to the area covered, as it's served as a living lab for smart city Internet of Things (IoT) technology.

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