Ebooks / Spotlights
Australian cities declare climate emergency
01 Jul 2019
Hobart and Sydney become the latest cities to pass such a declaration and are calling on the federal government to take rapid action.
Mumbai named most congested city in the world
05 Jun 2019
Drivers in India’s most populous city expect to spend an average of 65 per cent extra time stuck in traffic, according to the latest TomTom Traffic Index.
Mastercard continues contactless expansion to speed daily commutes
25 Mar 2019
Company expects new transit solutions to be live in more than 20 cities in the US within the next few years with its M-Chip technology at the heart of the transformation.
Vancouver Police uses AI to prevent crime
28 Feb 2019
Through spatial analytics, police are able to predict where residential break-and-enters will occur and place police patrols accordingly
Which cities are top for wellbeing?
05 Feb 2019
Sixteen cities from six continents have been announced as finalists for the 2019 Wellbeing City Award, which recognises city-led action on urban dwelling
Multi-modal app provides ‘fastest, cheapest or best’ route
26 Sep 2018
The Cowlines app has officially launched in Vancouver and helps commuters choose the most environmentally friendly method of transportation
More cities declare climate emergencies: Will it spur real change?
Experts praise cities for highlighting the scale of the climate crisis but urge them to follow up with concrete actions.
16 Jul 2019
In the heart of the [smart] city, home is where the heart is
12 Jul 2019
How technology will shape transportation in smart cities
05 Jul 2019
Why smart cities need smart buildings
15 Jul 2019
OnDemand WEBINAR: How to make MaaS a reality
03 Apr 2019
Smart cities - Beyond the hype
25 Mar 2019
Connected Kiosk: The information hubs of smart and connected cities
21 Jul 2019
ITS World Congress 2019
10 Sep 2019
11 Sep 2019
Smart City Expo Atlanta
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