Marianne You have a good point. It's human nature to adapt.
Susan Fourtané kq4ym, I don't think there is a problem there. There is no problem in learning from a system successfully adopted by a city. Adaptation is necessary more times than not in everything, even...
kq4ym Most any location is going to have some unique situations, so it's unfortunately unlikely to take broad lessons from any one smart city plan and implement it to another site without lots of modifications....
NewDream Gestures? Then it would be a problem for someone who had no arms, or who could not move them... It seems to me that no matter what single method is used for the Human Interface, there will be people...
Susan Fourtané Marianne, The person you see in the video sitting and wearing an earphone is not a user of the application. He is working at a service communications center where service malfunctions signals...
Susan Fourtané Marianne, The Monaco 3.0 application is currently only available for Beta testers of the pilot project. The pilot ends in 2015, when the Monaco 3.0 application will become publicly available to...
Marianne I noticed in the Monaco 3.0 video, a user would need to wear an earphone. This would be a disadvantage for people with hearing problems. I am wondering if the closed captioning would be part of the...
Marianne I just searched for the mobile app on my Andriod tablet. It's not there. I guess it will be available in 2015.
Marianne One of her American cousins was a high-ranking U.S. official.
Susan Fourtané It's a mobile app for smartphones and tablets.
CitySolver Will definitely do that, thank you.
Susan Fourtané kq4ym,
Yes, you are guessing right. It's more "citylike" than the Vatican.
Marianne On what types of mobile devices Monaco 3.0 works?
Susan Fourtané Amy, "When there are fewer people/places/things to contend with, operators can control better for the things they are trying to test." Yes, I agree. Pilot projects can become difficult in...
Susan Fourtané Marianne,
Second Life had its moment, but it has decresed in the past years. Not even all the people who were too connected with Second Life have kept it up.
I saw To Catch a Thief, too a while ago.
Susan Fourtané Terry, It's not just about having deep pockets. It's about how the money is spent and on what. Infrastructure and technology are important today. Maybe I tend to admire what small cities,...
Susan Fourtané Marianne,
To Catch a Thief, also directed by Hitchcock, was filmed in the French Riviera. It was then when Grace met Prince Rainier. A very nice movie if you haven't seen it.