As Cities are becoming smarter and technology investments are set to reach $775 billion by 2021, new jobs and career opportunities arise for tech professionals. According to industry experts, it will not deal with “traditional” industrial or computer engineering, but there will emerge new blends of urban engineering skills in different domains of utilities, mobility, and City operations.
Which jobs will be in demand in Smart Cities in 2018 and beyond? From machine learning scientists to data scientists, from City experience officers to autonomous driving experts, urban communities are seeking for people with proven capabilities to manage and innovate the applications which are the most interesting and compelling for citizens and businesses.
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