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Inaugural report card on US smart city progress: “Disappointing”

Of 24 cities, Seattle received the highest rating overall and St. Louis the lowest.
Leveraging connectivity: Three core principles for transport operators

Leveraging connectivity: Three core principles for transport operators

Following the publication of Atos’ Digital Vision for Mobility whitepaper on the impact of digital transformation on the transport, personal mobility and logistics markets, Sunil Munsif explores the paradigm shift transport operators are facing.
The open road: A smart city is an interoperable city

The open road: A smart city is an interoperable city

This report examines how openness represents the next key phase for smart cities, and how to achieve it.
Digital Vision for Mobility

Digital Vision for Mobility

Transport and logistics are leading other markets in digital transformation. This 44-page paper explores opportunities and challenges for transport and logistics providers in this rapidly evolving space.
OnDemand WEBINAR: How to make MaaS a reality

OnDemand WEBINAR: How to make MaaS a reality

Hear Sarah Wray, Editor at SmartCitiesWorld and ReachNow as they discuss how cities and transport authorities can get started with making MaaS vision a reality (whatever stage they’re at now)
Inaugural report card on US smart city progress: “Disappointing”

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Inaugural report card on US smart city progress: “Disappointing”

Of 24 cities, Seattle received the highest rating overall and St. Louis the lowest.
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