It was a great “Tech Talk” on Thursday, Sept 13 evening with IT professionals, engineers, and a tech company management about applying new tech to improve efficiency in traffic, public transit, community security, and services for seniors. This was just a start of the conversation. We welcome more tech companies, engineers, researchers to join our future discussion.
We forecast a very positive result once these changes are implemented. These changes will promote local business development and employment, improve the quality/efficiency of city management, lower the management costs, in turn to maintain our property tax at a reasonable level.
We have gathered lots of ideas. We need to prioritize that, make a smart plan, and push these changes once the new city council is formed. The industry is changing. The new tech is mature. As long as we have a long-term vision and take proactive strategy, a promising future is foreseeable. These ideas will be refined in future meetings.
Let’s take a look at what the technology can help us:
Above ideas may not be perfect. We need to start thinking a cost-effective way that can improve our quality of life. Open discussion will continue.