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AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge finalists announced

AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge finalists announced

The 11 start-ups chosen are committed to tackling common urban challenges in areas such as air quality, carbon emissions, digital inclusion and congestion.

Smart city leaders are more likely to invest in projects using existing infrastructure

Smart city leaders are more likely to invest in projects using existing infrastructure

A survey conducted by Fotech Solutions reveals that the appetite for smart city progress remains strong and highlights the need for more practical approaches to creating smart systems.

Glasgow to introduce car free zones around 21 city primary schools

Glasgow to introduce car free zones around 21 city primary schools

The scheme follows an initial pilot at six primary schools with a reported 69 per cent fewer vehicles identified outside those schools during the morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up.

Global grid-connected energy storage deployment will reach 15.1 GW by 2025

Global grid-connected energy storage deployment will reach 15.1 GW by 2025

The energy storage market has benefited from a strong start to the year, with residential markets buoyant and large utility-scale pipelines being realised.

Chattanooga uses smart city network to give students free internet access

Chattanooga uses smart city network to give students free internet access

HCS EdConnect families will have more than enough broadband capacity and data to participate in video-based learning and other high bandwidth educational applications.

EMT Valencia launches cashless mobile ticketing solution

EMT Valencia launches cashless mobile ticketing solution

With passengers able to purchase and display tickets directly on their smartphones, it will also provide passengers with a Covid-safe way to ride public transport and help speed up journey times.