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The future of facial recognition: the impact on smart cities

The future of facial recognition: the impact on smart cities

Has recent controversy scuppered facial recognition’s chances of being a key solution for smart cities? Kate O’Flaherty reports.

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

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.

Accelerating city digitisation and avoiding silos with interoperable IoT data model and LPWA networks

Accelerating city digitisation and avoiding silos with interoperable IoT data model and LPWA networks

Open and interoperable data models will help cities speed up the deployment of smart technologies, writes Stephane Dejean, Chief Marketing Officer at Kerlink.

Building bridges in the Covid-19 fightback

Building bridges in the Covid-19 fightback

SmartCitiesWorld talks to Octavi de la Varga, secretary general of Metropolis, about how its digital platform is helping the global village battle against Covid-19.

Harnessing the full power of fibre in a changing world

Harnessing the full power of fibre in a changing world

Distributed acoustic sensing uses fibre infrastructure to take smart cities to a new scale by unlocking a wealth of use cases.

Smart cities at the edge: deploying decentralised success

Smart cities at the edge: deploying decentralised success

Edge computing could be a solution for smart cities wanting to process large amounts of data, writes Ciaran Dynes, SVP of Products at Talend

Four ways machine learning is powering the mobility revolution

Four ways machine learning is powering the mobility revolution

AWS’s Swami Sivasubramanian explores how machine learning is making transport and logistics smarter and more successful

Platform helps identify US populations most vulnerable to coronavirus

Platform helps identify US populations most vulnerable to coronavirus

Urban Footprint is combining the latest information about the incidence of Covid-19 with its data and analytics to map and measure the impact on specific areas and communities within cities.