Scientific progress seems to have reached truly unthinkable goals until recently. Today the whole world has changed, we watch TV in ultra-hd screens, we use solar-powered cars and any information about our lives is stored in huge databases, available online with a few clicks. Everything is within everyone’s reach and the more time passes the more difficult it becomes to imagine what the next technological step is . In any case, there are contemporary realities that seem to come from the future : restaurants where it is possible to order dinner by talking to a robot, or even entire metropolises where every citizen is part of an information sharing network. Eccp the ranking of the 10 most futuristic cities in the world !

10 – Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv is one of the most advanced and industrialized cities in the Middle East. It is an important scientific and economic point of reference.

  • It boasts over 700 development and research centers;
  • It has the highest concentration of young start-ups operating in the information technology sector;
  • It is considered the first great ecological metropolis in history: a large part of the city’s energy needs are met through the use of energy obtained from the sun’s rays.

9 – Munich, Germany

Munich represents European technological excellence. Extremely efficient and organized also at the political level.

  • It is the city with the largest number of inhabitants who have ADSL connection throughout the continent, with a percentage that exceeds 65% .

8 – Bangalore, India

Bangalore is one of the most interesting economic and scientific realities born in recent years. The Indian elite of the multimedia communication and information technology sector works in this city.

  • Bagmane Tech Park is a futuristic and high-tech park for software research and development ; about 35% of Indian IT professionals are employed here .

7 – Helsinki, Finland
In seventh position we find Helsinky , the capital of Finland. It has always been one of the most fruitful economic centers of the old continent, which gave birth to leading companies in the field of technology and telecommunications. Just like most of the northern European capitals, it offers high quality services to citizens.

  • It has a free Wi-Fi connection in every corner of the city;
  • It is the headquarters of major companies such as Nokia ;
  • It is home to the prestigious Helsinki University of Technology;
  • It is considered the second urban area in Europe in terms of technological growth.

6 – Seattle, Washington (USA)
The United States is one of the nations that has allowed the birth of new business models. Among the most influential cities in the process of economic growth is Seattle , the capital of the state of Washington.

  • It is home to multinational companies such as Microsoft , Amazon and Sturbucks , which through their intuitions have managed to overturn the world market in their specific field;
  • In the 1990s, over fifty thousand people moved here to work in internet-related companies;
  • Omnipresent wireless, you can be connected 24/7 anywhere.

5 – San Francisco, California (USA)
Fifth place is San Francisco , whose citizens travel on buses equipped with interactive touch screens and free wi-fi. Here is the Silicon Valley , a metropolitan complex located in the southern part of the Bay Area , where the headquarters of almost all the largest IT companies of the last 20 years are located.

  • It is the headquarters of the largest IT companies of the last 20 years such as Apple , Facebook and Google inc ;
  • It represents the reference point for entrepreneurs under 30 from all over the world;
  • It is the seat of the Research Park of Stanford University;
  • There are buses with interactive touch screens and free wi-fi on board.

4 – Hong Kong, China
In fourth position we find Hong Kong . Here progress seems to have reached truly incredible levels. Suffice it to say that some restaurants in the city now collect orders with the help of special robots . What can I say … a great way to optimize time and resources. Naturally citizens are guaranteed a regular wi-fi service with free access.

  • The Cyberport , a modern high- tech conference and entertainment center, was inaugurated ;
  • In restaurants there are robots that take orders;
  • It offers an internet connection of one gigabit per second.

3 – Singapore, Republic of Singapore
On the third step of the podium is the city / state of Singapore . Here, too, a wireless internet network is guaranteed for all citizens. Singapore has made a significant economic leap forward, catching up with other Asian giants such as Hong Kong itself.

  • Here is Block 71 , a collection center for ideas and projects carried out by over a hundred young startups , for a total investment of 1 billion dollars ;
  • Wireless available everywhere.

2 – Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is the world capital of online gaming , a social and technological phenomenon to which some specific university courses have even been addressed . Here citizens have a wireless network even on trains and in underground stations. It also seems that the Korean government is carrying out a project called Seoul Smart Cities , which would like to transform the city into a constantly connected intelligent metropolis , where all citizens can share knowledge and information in real time . This ambitious project would be the end result of a massive process of technological and literacydistribution of mobile devices and appliances to citizens.

  • It is the world capital of online gaming ;
  • There are Universities for the development of console games;
  • It is home to major companies such as Samsung and LG Electronics;
  • There are also wireless networks in trains and subways;
  • The Seoul Smart Cities project will make the metropolis connected 24 hours a day;
  • Mobile devices are distributed to citizens for technological literacy.

1 – Tokyo, Japan
The most technological city in the world is Tokyo . Japan is the leading economic power and its capital holds particular merit for pioneering discoveries in engineering, information technology and electronics.

  • In the city, a district dedicated to high tech has been created , the so-called “Electric Town”, where it is possible to buy state-of-the-art devices;
  • The Maraika is a museum dedicated to emerging innovations, whose mascot is Asimo , to date the most complex humanoid robot ever made;
  • The toilets are also electronic.
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