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Data as a Strategic Asset by Lilian Coral

Abstract:- The City of Los Angeles, with 4 million residents and nearly 50 million visitors annually moving across 469 square miles, is not only one of the most densely populated cities, it also hosts one of the largest, most complex city infrastructures in the world. 6,000 miles of sewer underlie 22,000 miles of paved streets, that connect over 4,500 intersections, 50,000 city connected street lights and 2,000,000 google/waze connected sensors. This network of people and infrastructure are connected through the data and the systems that support them. As data transforms from an unstructured asset into the organizational wisdom that can drive this Smart City, the City of Los Angeles and the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti work to identify new technologies and strategies for managing and harnessing the growing amount of data available to inform decision-making.

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