Why Google StreetSmart will become a $2.5 trillion company
Google has long been the go-to place for companies looking to deliver smart solutions to users and businesses.
Now, the search giant is poised to transform itself into the first-ever company to buy StreetSmart, the popular smart city-tracking app.
The deal will see Google merge with StreetSmart’s parent company, Smartcity, which is also building smart cities and mapping products, and its parent company’s subsidiaries.
The new company will be led by Google’s vice president of cities, and will be called Google Street Smart.
The companies said they plan to spend $2 billion on the acquisition.
The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019, though it’s unclear exactly when Google Street will launch.
Google has been working on StreetSmart since 2014, and the company has been quietly working on the deal for a while.
Its founders are former Google employees.
According to Google, the company wants to “develop and deliver innovative solutions that will enable people to improve their lives and their communities.”
Google’s StreetSmart product has been downloaded more than 2.6 million times since it was released in 2014, according to Google Maps.
Google said it wants to be able to build products that are “world-class” but are “accessible, reliable, and easy to use.”
StreetSmart uses GPS, smart cars, and smart sensors to create an automated way to identify pedestrians and bicyclists in your area, and to help people navigate their way around congested areas.
Google Street smart cities are also being used to track and map the effects of climate change, improve energy efficiency, and develop transportation infrastructure.
Google also recently added StreetSmart to its Smart Cities project, which aims to build cities and towns around the world using sensors and data collected from StreetSmart.
StreetSmart is still in beta, but Google is planning to launch it as a standalone app by the end of 2020.
The StreetSmart app will also be available for iOS, Android, and Windows platforms.