For the past several decades, the development of the world has significantly accelerated. There are many reasons that have led to this state of events, for example the Second World War, the development of microprocessors and the Internet and also getting used to convenience. The world’s population continues to grow, with estimates that it could even double by 2050. At the same time, we observe a continuous migration of the population of villages and small towns to cities. Large urban agglomerations are consuming more and more land every year. In view of this, will the rural areas disappear altogether in a few years or so? Will the economy solely rely on the service sector and give all the other tasks to the machines? Let’s find out!
How will your city look in ten years?
The predictions about this are fairly obvious. Technology and corporations are trying to make our lives easier every day. That is why many processes can be expected to be automated, some of which are visible today — such as vacuuming, which had to be done by a human a few years ago, now it can be done automatically with the help of artificial intelligence. Increasing trust in the network will mean that the number of devices connected to the internet and interacting with each other will rise. It poses a certain risk that is already making itself known.
In 2020, Amazon’s corporate cloud servers (where a huge amount of companies stores their data) encountered a malfunction. Due to this, a considerable portion of the USA could not use their devices, which required access to this cloud to function at all. Making base life activities dependent on the good condition of any company’s servers seems like a rather serious threat. Therefore, it is to be expected that in the future, the providers of similar services will work very hard to avoid malfunctions like this.
Electricity in ten years.
The vast majority of the developed world has chosen to get rid of fossil energy sources. They are the cause of smog and global warming, which is increasingly affecting the inhabitants of the world. It gives an opportunity to show creativeness because, as for now, a renewable source of energy that would provide a reliable supply of power to large countries does not exist. There are several solutions, and the most innovative one currently being tested by Asian countries is thermonuclear fusion. It’s effective to the point that it beats available solutions by several thousand times.
However, even in the event that this form of energy generation is harnessed by the scientist, much hope is placed on other renewable energy sources. In particular, photovoltaic panels, which are increasingly more effective at extracting electricity from sun rays. In this case we can be sure that the city of the future (regardless of size) will use a lot of devices with photovoltaic panels on its premises, including public chargers, traffic lights and bus shelters.
Transport in the city of the future.
Although the owners of diesel and gasoline cars won’t be pleased, in all probability, policies of cities will ban them from entering their centers, which will lead to higher interest in hybrid or renewable energy cars.
Public transportation is also another issue that it’s already changing its face. Electricity will be the most popular method of powering buses in the city, but hydrogen may also be its competitor. Low noise level is a big advantage of such vehicles.
Of course, public transportation is not just buses or trolley cars, but also increasingly popular motor scooters and electric scooters. Because of their size and lightweight, we should expect a growing number of fans of these vehicles. With an ever-increasing selection of manufactures producing similar machines, there is a problem with access
to chargers — each company offers different solutions for charging.
How to resolve the problem with the charging in the city of future?
As a city that wants to be welcoming to its citizens who are turning to green energy, it is hard to provide charging stations for all the devices that want to use them. In view of this, it is important to consider more universal solutions, capable of charging not only motor or electrical scooters but also smartphone.
As jCharge we would like to offer the solution to this problem. We have for sale universal city chargers which enable you to support multiple devices, regardless of your charger input. Our chargers obtain energy through photovoltaic panels, so they are fully eco-friendly and adapted to the vision of the future world.
The jCharge chargers can greatly improve the image of the city, and they add modernity to its features, as well as accommodation to the needs of both citizens and visitors. If you want to know how we can help you, contact us, and we will offer you a solution!