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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.
From self driving cars to streetlight sensors, we highlight some of the grand ideas for urban transportation from cities across the US.
For many, civic tech is the bridge between government’s mission and modern technology’s potential.
Electricity will soon be made by the people and for the people—and the technology behind Bitcoin can help.
Our cities are facing an uncertain future. Underground roads and automated transport, permeable pavements and water roofs, vertical farming and even glowing trees – from large-scale interventions to smaller scale enrichments, cities in the future will need to look vastly different to cities now.
You’re sat in city hall one day and you decide it would be a good idea to engage residents in whatever it is you’re working on – next year’s budget, for example, or the redevelopment of a run down shopping mall. How do you go about it?
A nearly existential search for meaning and direction is hitting the tech industry and its major players in a way that they’ve never truly experienced before. Why? It’s a combination of factors including market maturity, flattened growth in key categories, and the lack of a clear picture about where things are headed.
IoT specialist Machina Research has teamed up with Philips to produce a white paper entitled ‘The Smart City is Open: the role of open systems as a key enabler of the smart city’.
What differentiates these examples from haphazard, ineffectual sustainability efforts? In a word: alignment.
If electric vehicles were to fulfil their promise, both businesses and governments would need to think deeply about the not just their business or political implications. They also have to take into account the social ones.
There is no doubt that the Internet of Things is transforming the healthcare industry completely by redefining how apps, devices and people interact and connect with each other in delivering healthcare solutions. That is, IoT is constantly offering new tools as well as efficiencies that make up an integrated healthcare system with the view of […]