Smart Cities News

Digital twin initiative aims to model society of the future

Digital twin initiative aims to model society of the future

NTT wants to bring together a number of disciplines including social sciences, humanities and applied science to create a digital transformation innovation platform to realise smarter societies.

London signs up to international smart city coalition

London signs up to international smart city coalition

The Greater London Authority has joined Open & Agile Smart Cities, the international network that supports cities and communities in their digital transformation.

Skills shortage is driving organisations to outsource cyber-security

Skills shortage is driving organisations to outsource cyber-security

The difficulty in hiring and retaining skilled personnel is one of the top challenges facing security leaders, according to new research.

Cisco helps Spain accelerate its digital transformation

Cisco helps Spain accelerate its digital transformation

The company will work with private and public sector organisations and governments to help the country realise its full digital potential

Notbinary launches automation partner for governments and non-profits

Notbinary launches automation partner for governments and non-profits

Human+ is already discussing multiple automation transformation projects for customers in local government, health, higher education and central government

‘Talent emergency’ looms for power sector

‘Talent emergency’ looms for power sector

Almost half of all power professionals are concerned about an impending skills shortage but for some it is already here, according to the Global Energy Talent Index

London councillors give their views on digital transformation

London councillors give their views on digital transformation

As part of its drive to build a smarter London, the GLA asked 202 councillors their views on using technology to redesign and rebuild public services, personal data use and sensors

Could a 3D model help London visualise the future?

Could a 3D model help London visualise the future?

The UK capital’s chief digital officer, Theo Blackwell, is keen to hear from any parties interested in being involved in a digital planning initiative