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Building what's next: Construction innovation could crack 'wicked' city problems

Jon Glasco rounds up the latest innovation from the BBConstrumat show and its potential impact on smart city goals.

Smart cities: Software is eating the world

Technology will shape and change the face of cities dramatically. Oliver Gassmann, Co-author of Smart Cities: Introducing Digital Innovation to Cities, explores what those changes might look like.
Has the micro-mobility bubble burst?

Has the micro-mobility bubble burst?

Bike-sharing companies pulling out of key markets paints a seemingly gloomy outlook but there’s more to the story than meets the eye, says Johan Herrlin, CEO, Ito World.
Smart cities - Beyond the hype

Smart cities - Beyond the hype

This report surveyed city officials and executives from telcos, system integrators and other suppliers to find out which smart city approaches are proving most successful.
Connected Kiosk:  The information hubs of smart and connected cities

Connected Kiosk: The information hubs of smart and connected cities

This white paper explores the role that digital screens in public places play as cities begin to leverage connectivity and IoT in the built environment.
Building Better Places:  Smart buildings for sustainability and personalisation

Building Better Places: Smart buildings for sustainability and personalisation

We take a closer look at the contributions smart buildings make to sustainability and productivity, with case studies from the world’s greenest office building.
Building what's next: Construction innovation could crack 'wicked' city problems

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Building what's next: Construction innovation could crack 'wicked' city problems

Jon Glasco rounds up the latest innovation from the BBConstrumat show and its potential impact on smart city goals.
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