In Helsinki, a new district is being built along an old commercial harbour with one goal in mind: improving the quality of citizens’ lives. The smart district will use technology to benefit citizens.
Citizens are willing to get involved to make their city the best it can be, instead of developing an entirely new city. Here’s where the revolutionary concept of crowdfunding comes into play.
The key attributes of 5G that will benefit Smart Cities include higher network speed and more connections, enabling wireless connectivity in unprecedented locations; quicker and more adaptive response times.
How do you make your citizens happy? For the Dutch city of Haarlemmemeer, it did it by cutting costs. Learn how lower costs led to better service through its new digital platform.
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In February it was awarded ‘Best Government Emerging Technologies’ at the World Government Summit Awards in Dubai in recognition of its Smart City programme.
This article highlights some examples of cities which are embracing smart technologies and show how they are having a positive impact on daily life.
On February 3rd, the Sharing Cities consortium and Smart Cities Council Europe gathered executives from the cities of Milan, Lisbon, London, Warsaw, Bordeaux, Burgas and Budapest and industry leaders guests.
Two Dutch cities now have some fairly exclusive bragging rights. Between them they are said to have the largest zero-emission fully electric bus fleet in Europe. Click for details about the system and how technical issues were resolved.
Oracle's $1.4B computer science education investment... a new water contract for Sensus... Schneider Electric's new IoT solution... Ameresco's solar canopy project... Daimler's big spend on EVs. Click the links for details.