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VIDEO: 'Smart parks' – Las Vegas' green spaces are getting a tech reboot

VIDEO: 'Smart parks' – Las Vegas' green spaces are getting a tech reboot

Michael Lee Sherwood, Director of Technology & Innovation, City of Las Vegas, discusses smart parks, cybersecurity, how technology projects are funded and more.

Japan sets its sights on 6G

Japan sets its sights on 6G

6G is expected to launch around 2030 and could be ten times faster than 5G.

TM Forum adapts telco process framework for smart cities

TM Forum adapts telco process framework for smart cities

TM Forum’s Business Process Framework has been adapted to fit the unique features of cities by including sections on citizen engagement, communities and a broader range of stakeholders.

AI metering and surveillance to dominate smart city market to 2026, boosted by new applications

AI metering and surveillance to dominate smart city market to 2026, boosted by new applications

Video surveillance is increasingly being used for new applications such as urban tolling and the monitoring of low-emission zones, according to ABI Research.

Bamboo bikes and electric skateboards take to the track at MOVE 2020

Bamboo bikes and electric skateboards take to the track at MOVE 2020

As SmartCitiesWorld is a media partner for MOVE 2020, readers can get 50 per cent off a pass.

Can new satellite constellations bridge the digital divide?

Can new satellite constellations bridge the digital divide?

Christian Mildner explains how new mega-constellations could provide high-speed broadband to the underserved and provide competitively priced network services in urban areas.

Georgia lab takes autonomous vehicle infrastructure testing to the streets

Georgia lab takes autonomous vehicle infrastructure testing to the streets

The initiative aims to solve challenges to help connected and autonomous vehicles talk to traffic signals.

UK watchdog bans ‘misleading’ advert claiming 5G harmful to health

UK watchdog bans ‘misleading’ advert claiming 5G harmful to health

The ad was ruled to contain unsubstantiated claims and must not run again.

Use what you’ve got: Tapping fibre networks to ‘listen’ to the city

Use what you’ve got: Tapping fibre networks to ‘listen’ to the city

UK company Fotech is looking to expand its Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) technology to smart cities, extracting new value from existing fibre networks.

HERE and Verizon partner for 5G-enabled safety and navigation

HERE and Verizon partner for 5G-enabled safety and navigation

The partners say the combination of their capabilities paves the way for a more “precise” future.