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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.

Building the IT backbone for public sector digital transformation

If they want large-scale digital transformation to succeed, public sector organisations must look at their infrastructure, says Darren Watkins, VIRTUS Data Centres.
Humanising the energy transition: Diversity and creativity as sources of innovation

Humanising the energy transition: Diversity and creativity as sources of innovation

The new challenges of the transition to green energy demand new ways of thinking, says, Elena Bou, InnoEnergy, and that requires attracting a more diverse range of people into the industry.
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)
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.
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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