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Smart Cambridge signs up to GeoSpock cloud

Smart Cambridge signs up to GeoSpock cloud

The organisation will use the spatial big data platform to help unlock siloed data and share information with third parties working on urban innovation projects

Cambridge digital twin to tackle congestion and air quality

Cambridge digital twin to tackle congestion and air quality

Smart Cambridge and university researchers will help to visualise future development options for journeys to work and give people an opportunity for feedback

Cambridge partners in the Urban Data Project

Cambridge partners in the Urban Data Project

The UK city will be the first to use Telensa’s Microsoft Azure-powered platform, which will allow it to collect data via multi sensor pods on streetlights
SCEWC 2019: Are smart city dreams becoming real?

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SCEWC 2019: Are smart city dreams becoming real?

As this year’s event drew to a close, SmartCitiesWorld sat down with Ugo Valenti, Director of Smart City Expo World Congress, to get his view on what’s happening in smart cities.