The modern-day space race for metropolitan areas to earn the title of “smart city” is in full swing. Among the world’s top contenders are Barcelona, Singapore, Seoul, London and New York, which are leading the way in the introduction of smart technologies and applications to improve sustainability, system automation, quality of life and other key […]
Driverless vehicles are going to transform personal mobility. Instead of owning a car, a significantly cheaper lease system will become the norm. Read more about Mobility-As-A-Service: Driverless Cars Leading the Next Travel Revolution …
The drive towards so-called “smart cities” is accelerating and major cities across the world are rushing to get in on the action. It’s not just the city governments and administrations either – large private enterprises want to be a part of this technology-driven push for more sustainable, efficient, clean and safe cities.
Smart city technologies are already with us, so what will the urban landscape look like in 2030? Read more about The City in 2030 …
In recent years, Paris has distinguished itself as a leader in experimenting with digital tools for citizen participation — what have come to be known as “civic tech” or “govtech”.
You may not realize it, but technology surrounds you wherever you go, especially if you are in the 80 percent of Americans living in cities. We have had computer systems connected to public networks for decades now, but a new trend toward creating “smart cities” is pitting technological developments as solutions to age-old problems like traffic congestion, energy efficiency, and urban planning.
When people think of a car, they think of the thing that gets them from one place to the next. Traditionally they have been just that: a tool with a single function – to get someone, or something, from one place to another.
A common theme is emerging in the midst of digital urban transformation and the new digital economy. This theme is digital clusters and the need for cities (regions, nations) to become digital innovation platforms.
We are living exciting times. Our civilization is evolving quickly as new technologies emerge at a giant’s pace, and there is an unprecedented opportunity for cities to leverage these new technologies to become smarter, more creative and innovative. In this article, we will go through the journey of a smart city and we will present […]
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