Smart Cities News

Nokia private wireless networks drive digital transformation

Nokia private wireless networks drive digital transformation

Among the customers using the networks are public sector organisations and cities with use cases ranging from testing drones for tsunami evacuation alerts to building smarter ports.

Five strategic shifts cities must make to face "new reality"

Five strategic shifts cities must make to face "new reality"

Only by using advanced technologies such as urban modelling tools and artificial intelligence will cities be able to address the new round of challenges they face, says ABI Research.

Digital twin software specialist launches digital cities initiatives

Digital twin software specialist launches digital cities initiatives

Bentley Systems is applying digital twin technology to help achieve more efficient city and regional operations and more connected and resilient infrastructure.

Digital twins could form the "end game" for optimum smart city design

Digital twins could form the "end game" for optimum smart city design

Research finds that urban digital twinning and city modelling technology is having a transformative effect on how cities are designed, monitored, and managed.

Electric vehicle installed base to reach 100 million by 2028

Electric vehicle installed base to reach 100 million by 2028

To overcome drivers’ "range anxiety" over being able to charge up, the EV battery will need to safer, cheaper, faster charging, and have a high-energy density for greater range.

5G to generate $17 trillion by 2035, starting with cities

5G to generate $17 trillion by 2035, starting with cities

A new report from ABI Research urges mobile operators to deploy 5G more aggressively in cities to unleash new economic value.

Threat factors drive up cities' resilience spending

Threat factors drive up cities' resilience spending

City governments around the world are becoming more aware of making sure their cities can withstand or recover quickly from unpredictable events and disasters.