As the concept of smart cities gathers pace across Australia, OpenCity is taking a step back to focus on the human element of change.
Managing traffic congestion in smart cities via @GreenBiz: https://t.co/hHTscHJjVD #smartcities #transportation https://t.co/Dp5YeNWGMZOpen
Using video, analytics and artificial intelligence to unclog roadways isn't just good for vehicle emissions reductions. These technologies could become the foundation for more efficient and ...
RT @kuriharan: Check out. New Blockchain-Based Smart City Project Planned for Cambodian Capital https://t.co/yMdnXZsI8C via @cointelegraph #tech #digital #data #businessOpen
A Singaporean startup, Limestone Network, is using blockchain to sustain a smart neighbourhood at the heart of the Cambodian capital.
Taiwan needs to speed up urban renewal with smart city strategies: JLL. Taiwan has the advantage to promote smart cities, and the public and private sectors should work together to push ...
#SmartCity Limits 🤔 While "making entire city blocks IoT-driven, corporations must be transparent with govts and citizens about every single detail that may affect them." #DigitalTransformation #Governance #Privacy #smartcities #SidewalkToronto https://t.co/zdiol3C4kdOpen
Smart Cities powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) are the stuff of the future. But by trading privacy for convenience, will you become the product in a business model that uses ...
Global #SmartCity City Technology Market Anticipated to Reach $1.7 Trillion by 2028 https://t.co/wKG2giUU2bOpen
Market growth reflects the continued interest in smart cities and the adoption of core technologies to create a connected, data-rich, and sustainable urban environment
Sidewalk Labs is building a smart city entirely of mass timber. What could go wrong? https://t.co/nFdS5irthl via @smartcitiesdiveOpen
North America is on the cusp of a mass timber revolution, and Sidewalk Labs' Waterfront Toronto project is leading the way. But the smart material faces major obstacles.
Moscow wants to be a model #SmartCity; this is how they plan to achieve it https://t.co/7JnfBUZmKmOpen
The Russian capital is investing heavily in technology
#PanL technology ready for deployment in smart cities. Eliminating the need for multiple control devices. Control connected appliances within the home via @eeNewsEurope: https://t.co/gb0c6ZfSMB #smartcities https://t.co/qZW7bqkscWOpen
Bridgetek is taking the ground-breaking PanL smart automation platform to the next key stage in its development, ready for widespread deployment to begin.
RT @EUGrowSmarter: A great example of an #EUSmartCities solution that delivers multiple benefits for citizens: @Naturgy's pool refurbishment in #Barcelona was the July Use-Case-of-the-Month at @BABLEconnect. Read the story: https://t.co/Z8M6rXWi1X https://t.co/iBndjvxdT9Open
The smart cities platform BABLE has recognised the energy efficient refurbishment implemented by the GrowSmarter partner Naturgy in Barcelona as their use case of the month for ...
The ordinance calls for immediate action, requiring the city council to track accountability and reporting structure goals.
RT @MSEurope: "This future isn’t just better for the planet, it’s better for us all." 👇 Here's how #technology can help reduce our impact on the planet. https://t.co/3aUVNk9xiLOpen
All around the globe, people are facing the question of how to grow and thrive with fewer resources - here's how technology can help.
RT @portdebarcelona: ⚓ Des del #PortdeBarcelona contribuïm a definir els #SmartPorts del futur! Del 19 al 21 de novembre, impulsem la trobada #SmartPorts19 dins l’@SmartCityexpo, amb @PortofAntwerp, @PortofHamburg, @PortofLA, @PortMTL i @PortOfRotterdam. T'hi sumes? ⬇ https://t.co/bQtUithWxwOpen
Smart Ports will be submitted in the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona from 19th to 21st November 2019
There are roughly 100 cities in the United States that utilize ShotSpotter, a technology that uses sensors to detect audio of gunshots, and then notifies police in under 60 seconds. https://t.co/2Lvu74ss5dOpen
Security company ShotSpotter is bombarded by requests from fearful cities. But authorities question tech-based solutions.
U.S. mayors are urging cities to adopt 'green' concrete in the fight against climate change. https://t.co/P9RU0XQ3EROpen
The built environment produces over 40% of global CO2 emissions. U.S. mayors are taking the lead to cut emissions with CO2 mineralized concrete.
Valeria Ferrando, EU Head of Research at IES, recently presented an overview of our new ICL Technology at the 2019 European Conference on Computing in Construction (@europeanC3). Catch up on the session here: https://t.co/HGCQXFKF2U #ec3conf #industryday https://t.co/w6XSr1f3Z5Open
IES was asked to present our practical experience in implementing Digital Transformation of the Construction Industry at the recent 2019 European Conference on Computing in Construction ...
RT @_SmartMobility: 'Free roads are not really free': Can cities make #congestionpricing equitable? #SmartMobility #sustainablemobility #trafficmanagement #urbanmobility #smartcities https://t.co/pC68oX5xR1Open
Some suggest toll exemptions, others support rebate-based systems. But questions remain about who should be charged and how much they should pay.
Federal investment in transportation and water infrastructure has declined substantially from almost 6% of total federal spending in the 1960s to only 2.5% as of 2017. https://t.co/VZMrU4KRUiOpen
Public transportation is a key part of our nation's infrastructure, but without increased and committed investment, it risks falling into disrepair.
City planners should expect that parks will accommodate all people after a disaster, with an average area of 21-square-feet per person.https://t.co/ppUnaGGLjyOpen
Researchers at a university in Canada explored how cities can use open spaces as community resource hubs after natural disasters.