Interview with Qlue CEO, part II: Smart cities in Indonesia and beyond

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Continuing from the first part of an interview, Qlue CEO Rama Raditya discusses trends, achievements and challenges in smart city development

After gaining much success working with the Jakarta government, Qlue has expanded their reach, working with other regional governments and law enforcement, disaster response and private parties. The company remains very much focused on the smart city sector, however. Qlue co-founder and CEO Rama Raditya walked us through his company's work outside Jakarta and shared his views about the hurdles and opportunities for smart cities in Indonesia.   What is Qlue's position right now in the development of smart cities in Indonesia? We are very focused on smart city development, especially in saf...
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