The smart city movement is growing exponentially. Everyday, cities are continuing to find new ways to innovate so that ultimately their citizens can have a safer, eco-friendly environment to live in. Often this involves utilizing data collected by sensors to improve their conversion to a smart city. Yet while there are many tools that represent data associated with humans, data of the physical world represents the next frontier. Terbine is the world’s largest system of IoT data generated by public infrastructure. This massive trove is made available to companies, research institutions and government agencies to help progress smart city initiatives. Check out how these ten cities are using machine-generated data to get ahead.