Opinions, think-pieces, articles and observations around smart cities and the future of urban living.
Data has the potential to transform how cities operate, enabling more informed decision making to operate more efficiently and provide better services.
Most smart city applications are never deployed across whole cities and regions. Instead they stay as perennial small-scale pilots. Why?
Finding how to close the digital gap and move towards the reality of a smart city can be tough. Let’s discuss how this journey can be started with connected street lighting.
The future of street lighting is here
All this talk of smart cities. Will they actually benefit urban citizens? The answer is yes. In fact a recent study by Juniper Research estimates that smart cities have the potential to save their citizens 125 hours per year. Here are nine smart city applications that could make a difference.
The topic of smart cities is filling increasing column inches across tech media. But some of the terminology can be complex. To appropriately understand the urban environments of tomorrow, it’s necessary to grasp the lexicon that comes with them.
It’s not just the city that can benefit from smart, connected technologies. A number of applications are being rolled out that could transform the way we perceive the rural and suburban environment.