Smart Cities News

Darwin switches on Australia's largest smart city

Darwin switches on Australia's largest smart city

The $10 million project includes 912 LED lights, installation of 138 CCTV cameras and, the addition of 39 new hotspots to extend the city’s free wi-fi.

Signify smart pole aims to "turbocharge" smart cities

Signify smart pole aims to "turbocharge" smart cities

The new BrightSites pole provides an all-in-one solution to accommodate a wide variety of IoT applications and always-on connectivity as well as LED lighting.

Itron announces smart city challenge winners

Itron announces smart city challenge winners

IoT solution providers were invited to compete for the chance to work with Glasgow and London to deploy breakthrough solutions to address specific challenges.

AI helps boost usability of micro-mobility schemes

AI helps boost usability of micro-mobility schemes

Data captured by Stage Intelligence from cities operating schemes around the world shows artificial intelligence can increase operational efficiencies.

Transport for Wales invests in £7mn ticketing upgrade

Transport for Wales invests in £7mn ticketing upgrade

Smart ticketing machines will give passengers the option of paperless tickets and mobile technology provides more on-board information to plan journeys.

How Providence aims to create "great streets"

How Providence aims to create "great streets"

The Rhode Island city’s initiative reflects community-based ideas for traffic calming and safety improvements for people walking and cycling.

London announces plans for its electric future

London announces plans for its electric future

They include a major expansion of the EV charging network to ensure the capital continues its drive to be one of the world’s leading zero-emission cities.

MaaS: Are cities going to miss the bus?

MaaS: Are cities going to miss the bus?

At a recent roundtable event, city leaders cut through the MaaS hype.

Sydney stages first trial of green road

Sydney stages first trial of green road

The Australian city has replaced a section of roadway in Alexandria with geopolymer concrete made from fly ash and blast furnace slag.

Urgent investor action needed to create sustainable African cities

Urgent investor action needed to create sustainable African cities

African mayors call for private-public investment in infrastructure to enable the critical transformation of cities at C40’s annual event.