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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?

Preparing for urbanisation in India, by Niraj Saraf, connected cities mission lead for Innovate UK

Preparing for urbanisation in India, by Niraj Saraf, connected cities mission lead for Innovate UK

In the next 15 years, 300 million Indians will move into cities – almost the entire population of the US

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?

Designing cities for digital citizens, by Salomon Salinas, Smart Cities lead at Accenture Mobility

Designing cities for digital citizens, by Salomon Salinas, Smart Cities lead at Accenture Mobility

What truly makes a city ‘smart’ isn’t just the technology, but the use of technology to solve the most pressing issues that city has

Traditional necessity is the mother of smart invention, writes James Ghani

Traditional necessity is the mother of smart invention, writes James Ghani

By 2020-2025 London, and those that dwell within it, will have experienced dramatic alternations from the city we know today
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