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E-book aims to help public safety organisations build safer and smarter cities

E-book aims to help public safety organisations build safer and smarter cities

Co-authored by Genetec and Intel, the book aims to help city and public safety leaders establish clear priorities and encourage active stakeholder participation.

VIRTUAL DEBATE: How will 5G assist a rapidly urbanising world?

VIRTUAL DEBATE: How will 5G assist a rapidly urbanising world?

How can 5G be used to improve life in cities, and address the urban challenges of mobility, public health, ageing, city-planning, and resilience.

Resource provides guidance on designing streets for children

Resource provides guidance on designing streets for children

Designing Streets for Kids has been released by NACTO as a supplement to the Global Street Design Guide, which aims to set a new global baseline for designing urban streets. 

Charter to identify which emerging tech innovations are right for London

Charter to identify which emerging tech innovations are right for London

The mayor has tasked the UK capital’s chief digital officer and Smart London Board to set out the criteria that innovations must meet before being deployed in the city.

Chicago introduces further reforms to cut air pollution and boost growth

Chicago introduces further reforms to cut air pollution and boost growth

City authorities will use data – measured over time – to determine where and how it can ensure an appropriate balance of industrial economic growth, environmental quality, and good jobs.

UK transport sector urged to make cycling more inclusive

UK transport sector urged to make cycling more inclusive

Report warns the needs of many disadvantaged and marginalised groups have been ignored and urges the transport sector to raise its ambition and commitment to make cycling more inclusive.