The era of smart cities is unlikely to come without 5G networks that provide high-speed data exchange. 5G networks are primarily planned to cover areas near major metro stations, university campuses, stadiums, expressways, and beaches. Then, they are expected to expand to large supermarkets, shopping centers, and airports. In addition, smartphone antennas will ensure high data transfer speeds in the building.
Thousands of "smart" sensors will be deployed in different parts of the city. They will collect information for the central system that in its turn will predict the demand for resources (water, light, food). Smart sensors are also expected to improve the work of public services and ensure security. As a result, the city will become safer and more eco-friendly.