Opinions

Smart cities are only as good as their connectivity

Smart cities are only as good as their connectivity

The promise of smart cities needs a strong network to back it up, writes Jamie Hayes, Mobile Network Operators Director, BT Wholesale.

Taking a security-first approach to smart cities

Taking a security-first approach to smart cities

Smart cities should learn from decades of cybersecurity practice when building networks, writes Neil Correa, security strategist, Micro Focus

With AI, Yanbu has become smarter and safer

With AI, Yanbu has become smarter and safer

Yanbu has used Huawei’s Intelligent Traffic Management system to make a smarter, safer and better city, writes Thamer Anwar Noori, Royal Commission Yanbu

Fibre can transform society but only if governments are prepared to give a helping hand

Fibre can transform society but only if governments are prepared to give a helping hand

Governments need to do more to help fibre providers widen their networks, writes Stuart Large, Product Line Director & Business Development at Fotech.

Are the barriers to electric cars lower than we think?

Are the barriers to electric cars lower than we think?

Assumptions about electric cars are wrong and holding back adoption, argue Sergio M. Savaresi and Prof. Silvia Strada – Politecnico di Milano

Without smart transport networks, smart cities’ potential will not be realised

Without smart transport networks, smart cities’ potential will not be realised

Cities need to implement intelligent road management solutions in order to support citizens and businesses, writes Hong-Eng KOH, Global Chief Government Industry Scientist, Huawei.

Connected Cities: Has the future changed in light of Covid-19?

Connected Cities: Has the future changed in light of Covid-19?

The Covid-19 pandemic should force us to change how we use buildings, argues Meagan Crawford, Executive Director of Urban Economic