Denver, Panasonic unveil 'smart city' tech projects at CES

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Denver and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co. plan to make parts of Denver International Airport and a nearby development an example of cutting-edge solar energy use, in-home tele-medicine technology and video used for traffic management and security.

The city and company on Tuesday announced some details of the "smart city" infrastructure planned at DIA and a neighboring development called Peña Station NEXT, where the off-shoot of Tokyo-based Panasonic is putting its U.S. sales and engineering hub.

The company and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock revealed the projects Tuesday at the giant CES show in Las Vegas, the annual consumer electronics convention that this year has "smart city" technology as a focus.

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