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5G small cell solution to boost connectivity across UK cities
10 Mar 2021
Bigbelly’s integrated pole and antenna solution is expected to accelerate growth of the UK’s small cell network as well as pave the way for 5G in cities.
Turnkey C-V2X solution developed for smart cities
08 Feb 2021
Cohda Wireless’ cellular vehicle-to-everything solution will help to establish a cooperative, intelligent road transport system that aims to make roads safer and less congested.
Public safety agencies increasingly reliant on connected services
26 Jan 2021
Cradlepoint’s study sets out to reveal the state of critical communications and key drivers impacting digital innovation in the US public safety sector.
New urban use cases to propel cities' rapid uptake of digital twins
06 Jan 2021
Key factors behind the growth of digital twins include Covid-19 requirements in terms of achieving increased resilience levels and optimised asset and demand-response resource management.
London borough of Bexley rolls out free-wi-fi
11 Dec 2020
UK wireless infrastructure-as-a-service provider Ontix has switched on its network in Bexley’s main town centres of Erith, Welling, Sidcup and Crayford.
Companies partner to offer smart cities blockchain-enabled global data exchange
09 Dec 2020
The companies want to deliver a new level of trust and control for cities and provide municipal and commercial clients with unaltered and traceable data that ties back to its original source.
City-led clean infrastructure projects can help build back a stronger US
08 Dec 2020
Report sets out to demonstrate how cities can be “critical drivers” of solutions for the multiple short-term challenges created by Covid-19 as well as emerging long-term challenges of climate change.
Smart AI-based cameras to transform traffic management by 2025
03 Dec 2020
ABI Research reports that such cameras will enable an increasing number of low latency mission-critical machine vision applications like pedestrian detection and alerting, and real-time surveillance.
Companies collaborate to create smart city smart pole
02 Dec 2020
The streetlight unit combines embedded gigabit-speed mmWave wireless connectivity into light poles featuring wi-fi access points, HD cameras and more.
South Bay Fibre Network launches in Southern California
26 Nov 2020
The regional fibre network is being viewed by many as a model for government innovation, smart city applications, and a major building block for the region’s economic and social future.
Graz to prioritise smart city IoT use cases on Nokia 5G network
26 Nov 2020
Citycom Telecommunication Graz has selected Nokia to deliver a 5G network covering the entire province of Styria and which will also create new revenue opportunities for the Austrian city.
IMDA and IBM join forces to accelerate digital skills development in Singapore
24 Nov 2020
IBM’s programme aims to meet the demand for technology consulting and deep technical skills needed to support the acceleration of digital transformation across all industries.
Glasgow delivers feedback on the progress of its digital strategy
24 Nov 2020
The Scottish city has outlined achievements to date as well as next steps and priorities, including the renewed focus of digital investment to support recovery from the pandemic.
Research shows connected talking cars could save lives
23 Nov 2020
Researchers from the University of Melbourne focused on understanding cooperative intelligent transport system technologies that would help drivers in eight main ways.
Construction company trials 5G edge networking
19 Nov 2020
Taylor Construction said it is already experiencing the wide area network speeds and coverage it needs, including 20 times the performance of its 4G connection.
Verizon opens 5G innovation hub in Lake Nona
17 Nov 2020
The living lab will provide opportunities to test 5G-enabled solutions in areas such as connected healthcare, autonomous mobility, smart communities, education, retail and others.
Greensboro chosen as a Smart Gigabit Community
13 Nov 2020
A Greensboro Ignite steering group consisting of members from the public, private, and philanthropic sectors, will be formed to accelerate the city’s innovation activities.
ETSI addresses citizen-related standards in smart cities
09 Nov 2020
Standardisation relates to areas such as accessibility, usability, interoperability, personal data protection and security, and how services to citizens are to be designed to maximise benefits to the community.
Smart cities predicted to create $2.46 trillion worth of business opportunities by 2025
30 Oct 2020
According to analysis from Frost & Sullivan, post-pandemic, investment in smart projects like smart grids, autonomous vehicles, smart lighting and e-governance will gain traction.
Singapore opens smart city co-innovation lab
29 Oct 2020
The lab aims to bring together leaders in the smart cities space to co-create and test innovations with local built environment and technology companies in a live environment.
oneM2M IoT standard to help underpin India's smart cities
27 Oct 2020
As India strives to deliver over 100 smart cities across the country, standards-based deployment would help promote interoperability, security and multi-vendor deployments.
Canada's utility pole infrastructure to be upgraded to smart city green poles
22 Oct 2020
As part of the urban infrastructure agreement between Nokia and Greener Acres Canada, smart city green poles will be produced from nearly 50,000 tons of e-waste collected annually in Ontario.
First public autonomous car trials begin in Oxford
22 Oct 2020
A fleet of six Ford Mondeo vehicles capable of Level 4 autonomous driving will complete a nine-mile round trip from Oxford Parkway station to the UK city’s main train station.
Customer engagement firm joins smart city ecosystem
13 Oct 2020
CSG has joined the joined the global technology and innovation accelerator, the Innovation Corridor, to support the development and proliferation of smart cities.
25 Nov 2019
Smart cities will succeed through systematic planning and a focus on economic vitality
Platform models can help cities move from being ‘fractionally smart’ to overall intelligent. Learn from the progress of cities such as Amsterdam, Duisburg and Cagliari.
How collaboration can improve the emergency services and protect us all
Smart cities are only as good as their connectivity
Could FWA be the answer to keeping people connected during the global pandemic?
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