SPECIAL REPORT Contents The city of the future Guess what’s coming to town Page 4 Internet of Things Page 16 The digital infrastructure of tomorrow Intelligent lighting Saves money and cuts carbon emissions Page 10 Profiles Trailblazing companies and municipalities Page 20 Systems and circuits How the smart city works Page 14 Sensors on lampposts, rubbish bins and sewer grates will play an important role in the Danish capital’s ambition to be sustainable and carbon neutral. Page 16 SPECIAL REPORT Date of publication: May 6, 2015 Cover photo: Michal Krakowiak/Getty Images Focus Denmark is published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. um.dk/en Asiatisk Plads 2 DK-1448 Copenhagen K Invest in Denmark and Innovation Director Dorte Bech Vizard email@example.com, investindk.com Public Diplomacy, Communication and Press Director Samuel Magid firstname.lastname@example.org ISSN 1601-9776 Editor-in-Chief Dorte Bech Vizard Managing Editor Mads Mariegaard, email@example.com English Editor Michael Lee Burgess Advertising DG Media T: +45 7027 1155 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dgmedia.dk Art Direction e-Types Daily www.e-typesdaily.com Member of the Association of the Danish Specialized Press. Printed by PRinfo Konsortiet. The content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs nor the Government of Denmark. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the prior written consent of the copyright owner, with the exception of brief quotations for journalistic purposes, provided the source is acknowledged. email@example.com focusdenmark.dk PHOTO: TY STANGE Imagine receiving a message on your smartphone with specific information about today’s ideal departure time for avoiding heavy traffic on your morning commute.
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