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TM Forum is a global non-profit association connecting talented individuals, leading companies, and diverse ecosystems to accelerate the digital business transformation.
FIWARE is an open initiative, driven by the European Union, aiming to create a sustainable ecosystem for the development and global deployment of applications for the Future Internet.
Living Tomorrow provides a hub for innovative enterprises where visitors can experience products and services that could vastly improve the quality of our future life, home and workplace.
Expo Cities2020 is a global virtual exhibition featuring smart city initiatives with thematic forums and other live events, and focused on the potential for opportunities around smart cities.
The vision of the so-called internet of things — giving all sorts of physical things a digital makeover — has been years ahead of reality. But that gap is closing fast.
To view a city from above is to observe a world in motion. Trains carry people to and from work; taxis circulate in abstract patterns; trucks deliver goods and carry away garbage; pedestrians hustle down city blocks; cyclists zip through traffic. Mobility is the lifeblood of our cities and essential for urban life.
FIWARE is an open source initiative that works towards building a set of standards to develop Smart applications for different domains such as Smart Cities, Smart Ports, Smart Logistics, Smart Factories and others.
“It is easy to predict that smart cities by 2021 will be starting to see the first fruits of how AI can support optimization and automation of many city systems.”
The new U.S. rules claim autonomous vehicles will save lives.
Establishing a solid telecoms network that can cope with the capacity and coverage required to power the Internet of Things (IoT) is a serious challenge telecoms companies need to address within the next 12 months if they are to keep pace with the rapid evolution of digital technologies.
Each government’s political and socioeconomic status is the key differentiator in how smart cities develop.
IoT applications are changing the way we shop, grow our food and adjust our home thermostats.
Cities across the world face significant challenges stemming from urbanization, demographic change, changing lifestyles and climate change. These challenges are illustrated in the UN-Habitat’s World Cities Report for 2016: Urbanization: The urban population worldwide amounts currently to approx. 3.7 billion people and is expected to double by 2050. This leads to resource depletion, while providing […]
Will there be 20 billion connected devices by 2020? Or 200 billion? While many projections related to the Internet of Things have focused on the future, a better approach might be make predictions based on how the technology is already changing the world.