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16 Top IT Skills You need for Smart Cities Development

IOT for Smart Cities to better use technology:
#IOT for Smart Cities to better use technology:
Why IOT skill you need
There are currently 18.2 billion connections to the internet throughout the world, and this will increase to 50 billion by 2020. The amount of data being transmitted via these connections has grown from 3ZB (3,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) in 2010 to 10ZB (10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) this year, and it is predicted to reach 40ZB (40,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) by 2020.

Internet of everything has the potential to reach $19 trillion of value by 2022, and it "has the potential to grow global corporate profits by 21% in 2022".It's exponentially increasing.

More: The best IT skills yoou need to become IOT engineer

In a smart city, "every single sector has to get technology fluent and it has to get digital fluent to drive long-term prosperity,". This is an issue that both the public and private sector need to get behind, and to transform how they think and how to get people ready for the jobs to solve these problems.

"We need new types of skills, new types of talent to make this happen. The agenda of cities is to attract the best companies and the best talent. Innovation, the ability to drive new business, the ability to drive new ways to bridge public and private sectors ... this is all part of the master plan for generating new smart cities,".

Before a city can become a smart city, it needs to first build out infrastructure. And this takes people who have the job skills to make it happen, both building the infrastructure and leveraging the data that is collected from the technology added to a city.
  1. Robotics specialist
  2. Cyber security analyst
  3. 3D print technician
  4. Virtual reality design
  5. Network programmer (SDN)
  6. Machine learning scientist
  7. Industrial network engineer
  8. Customer makers
  9. Neuro implant technician
  10. Professional triber
  11. Digital anthropologist
  12. Platform developer
  13. Business transformation practitioner
  14. Cloud architect
  15. Data scientist
  16. Urban innovation/Urban mechanics
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