Smart Cities News

Realising the true value of data

Realising the true value of data


SmartCitiesWorld City Profile – Sydney

SmartCitiesWorld City Profile – Sydney


Singapore tops smart city ranking for second year running

Singapore tops smart city ranking for second year running


Research shows growing interest from rail users in 5G and smart city services

Research shows growing interest from rail users in 5G and smart city services


Levelling up

Levelling up


Melbourne uses AI cameras to help increase safety at intersections

Melbourne uses AI cameras to help increase safety at intersections


City of Sydney makes the switch to 100 per cent green power

City of Sydney makes the switch to 100 per cent green power


Adelaide Metro partners with Moovit to provide locals with easier commute

Adelaide Metro partners with Moovit to provide locals with easier commute


London and Frankfurt emerge top of most eco-friendly cities in which to work ranking

London and Frankfurt emerge top of most eco-friendly cities in which to work ranking


Liverpool announces £450,000 project to help reimagine outdoor spaces

Liverpool announces £450,000 project to help reimagine outdoor spaces


Sydney creates new spaces for safer travel

Sydney creates new spaces for safer travel


Sydney outlines future planning strategy that will transform city skyline

Sydney outlines future planning strategy that will transform city skyline


Researchers tap open data to make cities feel safer for women

Researchers tap open data to make cities feel safer for women


“Small things add up”: The Japanese town leading the zero-waste charge

“Small things add up”: The Japanese town leading the zero-waste charge


Report ranks world’s most innovation-friendly cities

Report ranks world’s most innovation-friendly cities


Calgary ranked best city for driving

Calgary ranked best city for driving


Sydney unveils $60m green energy deal

Sydney unveils $60m green energy deal


30 cities say their greenhouse gas emissions have peaked

30 cities say their greenhouse gas emissions have peaked