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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.

Report examines how smart cities will impact defence

Report examines how smart cities will impact defence

The report by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory looks at how the changing face of cities and increasing urbanisation will impact defence in the future.

Tokyo holds position as safest city in the world

Tokyo holds position as safest city in the world

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Safe Cities Index 2019 ranks 60 cities across 57 indicators covering digital, health, infrastructure and personal security.

Ottawa named best city to live for expats

Ottawa named best city to live for expats

Seventy cities were judged on 24 criteria across the four categories of environment and urbanisation, family and society, experience and economics.

The rise of bike-share

The rise of bike-share

Research from Credence finds that the global bike-sharing services will expand at 12.5 per cent by 2026 with station-based sharing preferred over dockless

Singapore company wins Indian smart city contract

Singapore company wins Indian smart city contract

Pimpri Chinchwad is one of the cities selected under India’s nationwide smart cities mission programme