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Accelerating the evolution of smart, connected cities

Accelerating the evolution of smart, connected cities

Cities, and the organisations they work with, cannot afford to delay their smart city initiatives, says Dante Ricci, Senior Director SAP Global Public Sector -- and they must start with citizens not technologies

Smart Cities: the power of the ecosystem

Smart Cities: the power of the ecosystem

For smart cities to succeed, organisational silos must give way to a problem-solving and adaptive network of partners, believes Massimiliano Claps, team leader for the Future Cities Business at SAP

AI and infrastructure planning, by Ashay Prabhu, co-founder of Assetic

AI and infrastructure planning, by Ashay Prabhu, co-founder of Assetic

With the advent of big data and the tools to interpret it, leaders have been given new ways to optimise their cities’ performance into the future

A lack of stakeholder collaboration will threaten the technological transformation of underground utility management, say KPMG's Matt King and Salar Shemirani

A lack of stakeholder collaboration will threaten the technological transformation of underground utility management, say KPMG's Matt King and Salar Shemirani

Technology brings many benefits and advantages to underground asset management, but collaboration is crucial to its ultimate success



Dr Thishi Surendranathan, manager Health Advisory, KPMG LLP, explores how patients and their caregivers will increasingly play a key role in the uptake of new technologies

Dr Thishi Surendranathan, manager Health Advisory, KPMG LLP, explores how patients and their caregivers will increasingly play a key role in the uptake of new technologies

The next great transformation in healthcare will be driven by health service users wielding their power and influence to drive change

Contractors must engage in the smart city conversation, says John Cove, marketing manager at Starrett

Contractors must engage in the smart city conversation, says John Cove, marketing manager at Starrett

As more nations begin to invest in smart city and smart infrastructure projects, what does this mean for contractors?


Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

By 2050 it is estimated that 2.5 billion people will add to the 4 billion already in our cities. Where will they go?
AI for smarter cities: finding the real value

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AI for smarter cities: finding the real value

Sarah Wray looks at where AI is making an impact in improving our cities, and the opportunities for the future