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A tale of three cities

Three cities are winning the race in connected transportation; here’s how others can catch up, by Barry Einsing

When infrastructure gets smart, benefits are measured in people’s lives, says Wafa Jafri, associate director in the Power & Utilities Deal Advisory team at KPMG  

During emergencies, situation managers often have to make crucial decisions using the sketchiest of information
Who benefits from connected car data, asks Penny Searles, CEO, Smartdriverclub

Who benefits from connected car data, asks Penny Searles, CEO, Smartdriverclub

The emergence of membership based connected car services are helping motorists benefit from their driving data
Reimagine places: Mobility as a Service

Reimagine places: Mobility as a Service

A guide for determining the required regulatory, governance, commercial, and technological environment to facilitate policy and customer-optimised mobility services.
Smart Cities, Big Data and the Built Environment: What’s Required?

Smart Cities, Big Data and the Built Environment: What’s Required?

54 page report from RICS (Royal Institute of Charter Surveyors)
Smart Infrastructure: Tackling chemical fires

Smart Infrastructure: Tackling chemical fires

How emerging technologies could revolutionise our response to public health emergencies
A tale of three cities

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A tale of three cities

Three cities are winning the race in connected transportation; here’s how others can catch up, by Barry Einsing
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