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Making Smart Cities Inclusive

Smart Cities incorporate information and communication technologies to improve the quality of government services and citizen welfare. A critical component to the success of Smart Cities is inclusivity, meaning that they provide affordable, accessible and equal opportunities while avoiding marginalization, discrimination and exclusion. Our team is working with Microsoft and local stakeholders to make Smart Cities like Boston more inclusive. By the end of the year, we will deliver a software solution for the blind and visually impaired. 

 

Faculty Advisor

Lynn Andrea Stein

 

Team Members

Sarah Barden

Matthew Beaudouin-Lafon

Kaitlyn Keil

Andrew Pan

Rachel Yang