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Vehicle detection technology reduces collisions at Scottish junction

Vehicle detection technology reduces collisions at Scottish junction

Clearview Intelligence and Scotland TranServ have worked together on the road safety initiative at a dangerous junction between Kilmarnock and Mauchline

Utilities use smart cities to drive new revenue

Utilities use smart cities to drive new revenue

Annual utility revenue opportunities in smart cities is expected to exceed $100bn by 2027 with areas such as EV charging and smart street lighting offering new streams

London and Helsinki to collaborate on ethical AI and data

London and Helsinki to collaborate on ethical AI and data

London and Helsinki have signed an agreement to work together to capitalise on the opportunities presented by artificial intelligence, open data and more.

Russia to launch first autonomous tram in Moscow

Russia to launch first autonomous tram in Moscow

The joint venture between PC Transport Systems and Cognitive Technologies will see a fully autonomous tram developed for home and overseas markets by 2021-2022

Copenhagen and Bern named most liveable cities

Copenhagen and Bern named most liveable cities

Global mobility expert ECA International evaluated cities on a range of factors such as infrastructure, air quality and personal safety for its annual liveability rankings

Canadians concerned about smart city privacy but open to public uses of data

Canadians concerned about smart city privacy but open to public uses of data

“Canadians are rightly worried about invasion of privacy in smart cities,” the researchers conclude.