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London installs air quality monitors in hospitals

London installs air quality monitors in hospitals

The monitors will provide real-time air quality measurements that will allow health professionals to take appropriate action to protect patients and employees.

St Petersburg joins the Smart Gigabit Community

St Petersburg joins the Smart Gigabit Community

The city in Florida has been chosen by US Ignite and Spectrum to join the network of more than two dozen communities developing smart city applications and services.

Quarter of Brits prepared to fund smart cities

Quarter of Brits prepared to fund smart cities

Citizens would be happy to use part of their own tax contribution to fund solutions that address urban issues such as congestion.

Los Angeles moves legacy IT infrastructure to the cloud

Los Angeles moves legacy IT infrastructure to the cloud

The mainframe-based system will transition to the California Department of Technology’s state data centre in Sacramento in a $10.5m modernisation project.

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

In his keynote speech at Waterwise, Sir James Bevan of the UK’s Environment Agency said we must tackle both sides of the equation: reduce demand and increase supply.

Canada builds centre of excellence in 'open' smart cities

Canada builds centre of excellence in 'open' smart cities

A new national platform will make information about the issues and approaches associated with smart cities available and accessible to communities across the country.