Chicago’s ‘Fitness Tracker’ Keeps A Pulse On The Vitals Of The City

Chicago’s ‘Fitness Tracker’ Keeps A Pulse On The Vitals Of The City

The metropolis is installing connected monitors on street corners that collect data such as traffic, air quality, sound pollution and pedestrian density

Leo Lutero
  • 1 september 2016

The University of Chicago has developed a platform that collects information block by block, and sends it to the cloud. Called the Array of Things, the network will record air quality, pedestrian activity, traffic and a host of other things for a real-time and localized peek at the city.

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