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Zell W Predictive maintenance can bolster IoT for smart cities. Meeting of the minds. Accessed 18 Dec Download references. He has developed an international profile in the study of cybercrime, technology and the justice system and has published widely in these areas. His first book Hypercrime: The New Geometry of Harm Glasshouse, , was the first to define cybercrime in terms of the concept of hyperconnectedness and was awarded the British Society of Criminology runners up Book Prize. These complement a range of applied studies of cybercrime, including Cybercrime, A Review of the Evidence for the UK Home Office and Into the Web of Profit , one of the comprehensive investigations into the structure of the cybercrime economy.
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Conclusion The rewards of living in a smart city may turn out to match the hype, but this outcome is far from clear at present. Notes 1.
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