Glasgow has been awarded a £24m UK government grant intended to make it one of the UK’s first smart cities.
The money will be invested in projects to demonstrate how a city of the future may work.
They will include better services for local residents, with real-time information about traffic, buses and trains.
The council will also create an applications to report on issues such as potholes and missing bin collections.
Other services Glasgow city council have promised include linking up the CCTV cameras across the city with its traffic management unit to help identify traffic incidents faster and improve response times dealing with such problems.
Analytical software used in conjunction with security cameras will help identify and prevent crime in the city and also monitor energy levels.
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