Cities across the globe are finding innovative ways to apply smart technologies to help improve the lives of their citizens and communities.
At the Smart Cities New York conference this week, public sector and business leaders will gather to share pain points and best practices. One of those shared struggles is homelessness. While our national economy has flourished since the economic downturn of the late 2000s, many of our country’s most vulnerable citizens have been left behind.
To the everyday urban citizen, the problem of homelessness may seem never-ending and never-changing. However, it is changing, and in most places it is for the worse.