Prediction 1: By 2017, At least 20 of the world's largest countries will create national smart city policies to prioritize funding and document technical and business guidelines.
Prediction 2: In the next three years, one-third of medium-sized and large cities will define their smart city road map leveraging third-party maturity models and best practice studies.
Prediction 3: Through 2018, 90% of AP smart city ICT investment will support socioeconomic initiatives to reduce economic divides, grow domestic industries, and attract skilled workers.
Prediction 4: To enhance service delivery, by 2018, 75% of state and local organizations will use externally generated citizen data in transportation management and real-time crime centers.
Prediction 5: By 2016, 60% of mobile apps that people use to experience a city will rely on open data combined with crowdsourced information but supplied by commercial organizations.
Prediction 6: In 2016, 90% of cities worldwide will lack a comprehensive set of policies on the public and private use of drones, sensors, and devices, resulting in increased privacy and security risks
Prediction 7: As crime becomes more mobile and invisible, and the global threat environment more complex, local public safety organizations will spend $20.7 billion in 2016 on IoT-enabled solutions.
Prediction 8: By 2018, 60% of robotics use and machine-to-infrastructure communications in major cities will be related to connected cars and driverless or semiautonomous vehicles.
Prediction 9: In 2017, public works projects will be the third-largest area of smart city investment as the business case in connected lighting and smart water become indisputable.
Prediction 10: In 2018, 50% of all smart home alerts, reminders, and predictive automation will rely on inputs or responses from local government.
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