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How technology will shape transportation in smart cities

How technology will shape transportation in smart cities

In the coming decade, several converging trends will amount to the most transformative change to impact global cities and public transportation since the automobile, says Adam Cohen, University of California, Berkeley.

Why smart cities need smart buildings

Why smart cities need smart buildings

As the two ecosystems evolve, they will have ample opportunity to feed off each other, says Thomas Seiler, CEO at u-blox.

Connections: The critical ingredient in building smart city ecosystems

Connections: The critical ingredient in building smart city ecosystems

Hexagon’s Robert Jastram outlines the benefits of establishing, understanding and connecting all data within a city.

Can city infrastructure support EVs at scale?

Can city infrastructure support EVs at scale?

Foolproof’s Peter Ballard calls for collaborative working, reimagined processes and better use of data to drive EV adoption and the related benefits.

Aachen’s city administration leads the way towards shared mobility

Aachen’s city administration leads the way towards shared mobility

Kristine Hess-Akens, from the sustainable mobility projects department, City of Aachen, outlines how the city administration is leading by example in the move towards shared and sustainable modes of transport.

Better public-private collaboration key to urban mobility

Better public-private collaboration key to urban mobility

Jaanaki Momaya, UK General Manager of Lime, calls for collaboration between different forms of mobility to create transport that works effectively for all. 

Smart cities: Software is eating the world

Smart cities: Software is eating the world

Technology will shape and change the face of cities dramatically. Oliver Gassmann, Co-author of Smart Cities: Introducing Digital Innovation to Cities, explores what those changes might look like.

Has the micro-mobility bubble burst?

Has the micro-mobility bubble burst?

Bike-sharing companies pulling out of key markets paints a seemingly gloomy outlook but there’s more to the story than meets the eye, says Johan Herrlin, CEO, Ito World.

Revolutionising procurement processes is key to better citizen outcomes

Revolutionising procurement processes is key to better citizen outcomes

Sarah Wray talks to David Ogden, Business Director, Amey, about the next phase for citizen engagement.

The case for an open access 5G network

The case for an open access 5G network

5G might not live up to the hype but perhaps we need to reset our expectations, says Chris Cooper, KnowNow Information.