The Toronto Sidewalk project is an initiative of Alphabet (the parent company of the Google) that will build a town smart in the area of Ontario, Canada. Its architecture will have remote and high-speed connectivity as well as multiple sensors for measuring and analyzing data to reduce environmental pollution.
His design aims to be a reference to the model of urban life in the 21st century. Among other things, they plan to reduce the production of landfilled waste by 90% and greenhouse gas emissions by 73%.
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It will have sensors in public spaces and buildings to generate reports of carbon monoxide, noise, vibration and temperature data. Transport will give priority to pedestrians, cyclists and users of shared electric cars to optimize travel time on the streets.
"From our point of view, this is not a casual activity," says Eric Schmidt, president of Alphabet Inc.
The new neighborhood, called Quayside, will be located on the shores of Lake Ontario. There will be 4 500 inhabitants who can choose one of 3 900 jobs. More details about the project are known in the gallery of the note.