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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  

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

Degrees of separation, by IBM's Annika Grosse

Degrees of separation, by IBM's Annika Grosse

The weather has an enormous impact on us all, yet despite this, an insufficient amount of organisations use weather data in a wide scale and proactive way

What difference does data make on our roads, asks Wayne Slant, marketing director, Clearview Intelligence

What difference does data make on our roads, asks Wayne Slant, marketing director, Clearview Intelligence

It’s quite simple really. Without data, our roads would grind to a halt. Period.

The Internet of meaningful things, by Rudy de Waele

The Internet of meaningful things, by Rudy de Waele

Does the Internet of Things has the potential to become a meaningful enabler of personalised solutions to improve urban quality living?

Smarter is not more attractive, says Tony Fish, co founder Fab Lab London

Smarter is not more attractive, says Tony Fish, co founder Fab Lab London

A warning: Are we in danger of becoming too smart?
Smart students and smart thinking

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Smart students and smart thinking

The NYU Tandon’s STEM programme for high school students showcased a wealth of smart city innovation