5 Most High-Tech Cities in the World | AIB
The life of the 21st-century advances with giant steps and what it serves today will be obsolete in a few months. Even the way in which the great metropolis of the planet work, with each blink we discover a new world.
To keep abreast of global activity, we invite you to learn more about the five cities that are at the forefront of technology and showcase state-of-the-art infrastructure, have high-speed telecommunications networks and provide a lifestyle that – better – many would like to have in our cities.
1. Tokyo, Japan
With its nearly 15 million inhabitants, this metropolis offers a rainbow of technological advances perfectly mimicked in daily life. Hybrid cars are the daily bread, and its train line is among the fastest in the world. There they use only high-speed internet, and their buildings stand out for being intelligent.
The building of dwelling houses is also proof of the advanced of the city, with anti-quake standards that support on average tremors of 7.5 on the Richter scale.
2. Silicon Valley, California, United States
Silicon Valley is today the most famous region in the state of California for being a hive of technology developers, that is, the highly named Geeks (people fascinated by science and computer science). Many of the world’s most powerful companies are headquartered there: Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Apple, among many others. What today is cooked in Silicon Valley will be what governs our lives in less than a cock crow.
Asia is fantastic from the standpoint of technological advances, but it is worth noting with the extraordinary modern architecture of Singapore, a city whose culture emphasizes making the most of its tropical climate while providing comfort for its peoples.
Visually emphasize clean lines in their designs, whose purpose is profound: limit toxic emissions and try to curb the destruction of the planet. The general strategy of developers is to curb global warming by taking advantage of solar panels concealed in the walls and windows of their construction.
4. Seoul, South Korea
Seoul is recognized a leading and rising global city, emerging from a commercial boom called the Miracle on the Han River, which changed it into the world’s 4th largest metropolitan economy. A world leading tech hub centered on Gangnam and Digital Media City, the Seoul Capital Area boasts 15 Fortune Global companies such as Samsung, one of the world’s largest technology companies, as well as LG and Hyundai-Kia.
In 2015, it was deemed Asia’s most livable city with the second highest quality of life globally by Arcadis. Starcraft (real-time strategy video games) is a legitimate career in South Korea; professional players accumulate hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit in addition to sponsorships.
5. New York, United States
Undoubtedly, New York is one of the most advanced cities in the world, among other things being home to one of the two most powerful financial points: NY stock, which primarily regulates the economic movements of the planet, along with that of Tokyo. There the word technology goes far beyond gadgets and electronic devices, focusing on the well-being of its inhabitants and its millions of annual visitors. The proof? Its system of underground trains is the most efficient until now known by the humanity.