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

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

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

Clients requirements must be in the outcome specifications and not performance specifications, says Tridonic’s Simon Blazey

Clients requirements must be in the outcome specifications and not performance specifications, says Tridonic’s Simon Blazey

Specifiers will need to think about the user interfaces and the less tangible but vital elements such as the ’feeling’ the building provides

Ten years until autonomous vehicles hit the fast lane, says Antony Edwards, CTO at TestPlant

Ten years until autonomous vehicles hit the fast lane, says Antony Edwards, CTO at TestPlant

The delay in autonomous vehicles is quickly developing into a serious societal issue

Never mind the Lithium, what about the talent, asks David Hunt

Never mind the Lithium, what about the talent, asks David Hunt

As the clean energy transition grows, there is increasingly a skills and talent gap

BYOD and the smart city environment, by Colin Tankard, MD, Digital Pathways

BYOD and the smart city environment, by Colin Tankard, MD, Digital Pathways

One day a platform is perceived secure, the next day a major flaw is found rendering the device or group of devices wide open to attack


Hurricane Harvey and Irma – demonstrating the test of an aging infrastructure and results of grid modernisation initiatives, by Farah Saeed, Frost & Sullivan Digital Grid Global Programme manager

Hurricane Harvey and Irma – demonstrating the test of an aging infrastructure and results of grid modernisation initiatives, by Farah Saeed, Frost & Sullivan Digital Grid Global Programme manager

Grid modernisation could make all the difference in restoring storm-impacted cities to a functional state, thus, providing safety and connectivity for those in need

Make way for autonomous vehicles: infrastructure considerations for urban environments by Michelle Caulfield-Harris

Make way for autonomous vehicles: infrastructure considerations for urban environments by Michelle Caulfield-Harris

If the car manufactures and tech companies are to be believed, autonomous vehicles will be with us very soon, but key questions remain regarding the necessary infrastructure

The sustainable route to tomorrow’s retail sector by Peter Lau, CEO, Europe and Middle East at Current, powered by GE

The sustainable route to tomorrow’s retail sector by Peter Lau, CEO, Europe and Middle East at Current, powered by GE

Sustainability is providing the gateway to the evolution of retailing and the technology is already available

Enabling smart cities, by Dr. Shane Rooney, executive director, GSMA

Enabling smart cities, by Dr. Shane Rooney, executive director, GSMA

A vital part of smart city development is Low Power Wide Area networks (LPWA)