DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Urban Infrastructure: Exploring the challenges and opportunities of traditional and digital infrastructure in cities across the globe" report to their offering.
"Urban Infrastructure: Exploring the challenges and opportunities of traditional and digital infrastructure in cities across the globe" provides insight into the effects of infrastructure on the growth potential of urban locations, and predicts future developments. The report is primarily concerned with three areas; internal transportation, external transportation, and digital infrastructure. The report considers the impacts of each of these areas on economic viability and development.
- Limits imposed by infrastructure demands will lead to slower growth for the largest cities, where high costs cause difficulty improving supply to meet demand and local situations may preclude sufficient expansion.
- Developments in infrastructure technology allow for more effective infrastructure and less disruptive construction techniques. These improvements have a greater effect on locations currently underserved by their infrastructure, and will improve their growth potential.
- Improving digital infrastructure changes how consumers interact with businesses, creating new opportunities as behaviours shift.
Reasons to buy
- Cities are large and varied markets with a plethora of opportunities for businesses. The effects of infrastructure on cities is easily overlooked, but has a significant impact on every aspect of urban function.
- Through detailed research, 'Urban Infrastructure' provides insight into the current trends affecting cities and their citizens. By analyzing the effects on the urban landscape, this report provides a high level of clarity in order to aid business decisions.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Traditional Infrastructure
Traditional Infrastructure: Basic infrastructure
Traditional Infrastructure: Internal transport
Traditional Infrastructure: Long-range transport
Section 2: Digital Infrastructure
Section 3: Key findings and Recommendations
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/z2b68c/urban