High-speed train investments up to 2020 will find 500 billion dollars: Frost & Sullivan, Hitachi Europe Ltd. According to his research with cooperation; In 2020, the 56 of the world's population will live in cities, and up to 2025, the 35 city will become a X global mega city X. As of 2020, the market for smart cities will reach the 1.57 trillion dollars, while the number of smart cities on 2025 will increase to 26 and the market will grow. Hitachi, which aims to make a difference for future generations by integrating advanced infrastructure systems with information technologies, has put together the cooperation of Frost & Sullivan and put forward the future Global Mega Trends. According to the study, the first time in history, the world population of 50 's live in cities. This figure will be approximately 2020 up to 56 and the population living in cities will reach 4,3 billion people. The mass migration to the cities makes them the 'Mega City' phenomenon by turning them into huge economic centers. As a result of this extraordinary growth, the core city centers will unite with suburbs and sister cities, expanding the city boundaries, and the Mega Zones, Mega Corridors and even Mega Slum Neighborhoods. 2020 and then more than 35 city in the world will grow into a Mega City. Up to 2025 will be the 18 Mega City in Asia. China alone will form the 72 of the Mega Cities in Asia. Istanbul, Europe's first mega-city Research, Mega City, 2025'da minimum 8 million people and 250 billion dollars in the US GDP is defined as cities. With this definition, Istanbul is already the first mega city in Europe. Cities will become smart.
With these developments, smart technologies will replace environmentally friendly technologies, the concept of 'Smart City' will occur. The whole world will be connected with the 80 billion device, while the internet will develop environmentally friendly products and smart products. Digital intelligence will be a key element of efficiency and sustainability. Intelligent and sustainable cities will be built from the ground up, and smart and environmental initiatives that increase efficiency and reduce energy consumption will be used at every point in human life. In 2025, 26 will turn into a smart city and the smart city market will reach 1.57 billion dollars. Mega trends will create an opportunity for 2 trion Dollars in social innovation.
The need to respond to the impact of the urbanization trend will further emphasize the importance of social innovation. So much so; For the business world, industry, investors and governments dealing with the problems of the society, there will be a market opportunity of 2020 trillion dollars in 2 for social innovation. Indicating that these opportunities are particularly in the fields of energy, transportation, production and health, Mr. Erman Akgün, Country Manager of Hitachi Europe said, alan Smart energy, intelligent transportation, smart grids are a must for smart and sustainable cities that will be seen in the future. We should start working on these needs today. As Hitachi, the future of Turkey's mega-trends of our investments, we continue to be ready quickly, "he said. High-speed trains will connect the continents.
Interconnection of technologies and urbanization will have significant impacts on both individual and public transport. For example, in the period between 2010-2020, the high-speed train projects, which will be invested globally over 500 billion dollars, will be connected to each other by 70 thousand km rail line. The high-speed train will connect not only cities and countries but also continents. One person at 2035 will be able to travel from London to Beijing thanks to the global high-speed train line. All these developments will enable reinterpretation of energy use. Research on behalf of Hitachi Europe also pointed out the future to be shaped by social innovation and showed that new investments cannot be made independent of social innovation. Commenting on the results of the study, Hitachi Europe CEO Dieter Rennert said, yapan There will be tremendous pressure to meet the energy demand in the future. Transportation will need to be improved for easy access. Increasing health problems will require more specialized care services. We hope that this research will enable the business community and its subsidiaries to begin merging for a single definition of social innovation. Dil