An independent report by O’Reilly which looks at how the give-and-take between a city’s digital assets & its citizens is absolutely fundamental along with why local is the perfect scale for smart-technology innovation.
How do you make a city smart? That is the underlying question that unites the responses to the SmartCitiesWorld/ Philips Lighting survey, which draws on input from 150 thought leaders from across the world.
The 4th edition of Northeast Group’s study finds the global street lighting market evolving at a rapid pace, with new projects, an increasingly competitive vendor landscape, and new applications in development
Beneath our streets lie complex networks of cables and pipes – but often, the owners of these systems have little idea of their precise nature or location. Emerging digital technologies could enable us to build real-time, 3D maps of our buried utilities – reducing inefficiencies, costs and risks.
The UK government wants to lead in AI, seeing great potential for the economy and public services. With the push for progress, tensions between ethics and innovation are reaching a tipping point. Sarah Wray looks at what’s being done about it.