The following picture was taken in Casablanca from the Kenzi Tower one month ago. It isn’t the best example, though, for example, in Cairo, it strikes more to the eye.
What do you see?…
Actually, there are approximately 200 TV antennas on the roof-tops. Let’s zoom in a bit:
In this portion, corresponding to one building alone, you have around 25 units.
With the advent of cable television, wireless video streaming and other technology, these antennas could soon become stranded assets in many countries. Imagine how many could be left useless and need recycling. While thinking about asset utilization and the sharing economy, I couldn’t help but think:
What can they be used for instead?… Sigue leyendo