EnergyModern energy infrastructure such as solar panels and battery systems.
AgricultureAgricultural technology such as seawater greenhouses that can use solar heating to distill fresh water and grow crops.
TransportationAdvanced transportation technology such as high speed train or air traffic control systems.quality of life and resilience of cities such as an earthquake warning system.
Building TechnologyBuilding technology such as the smart windows in an office building or cooling systems in a data center.networking and communications services and equipment at the scale that connects regions, nations and cities. For example, an internet backbone. Computing hardware such as computing units and data storage devices.IT services such as an API for determining the location of a device.
PlatformsEnvironments for software services, systems and applications such as a cloud platform.extended with internet services. Generally speaking, non-technology infrastructure such as bridges tend to become technology with time as they are improved. For example, a future bridge might be designed to defend itself from earthquakes by calculating and counteracting forces in real time.
|Overview: Technology Infrastructure|
Foundational technology upon which the capabilities of nations, cities and organizations are built.