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Watch: How connected and autonomous vehicles can manage data
Cloudera & IBM
10 Jun 2021
CAVs need to embrace open ecosystems to manage the data lifecycle.
Waste technology specialist announces grants initiative
25 May 2021
Compology will provide 25 municipalities in the US with free AI-powered waste metering technology to help meet their sustainability goals and reduce spending.
UK council deploys smart sensors to monitor travel and transport movements
20 May 2021
The sensors will help the London borough of Richmond understand whether residents have permanently shifted habits since the pandemic as well as how they move around their local areas.
Moscow to host international online smart cities summit
18 May 2021
The event, which aims to become a prologue to the Smart Cities Moscow offline forum in 2022, will have a particular focus on adapting the urban environment to the new normal.
Intelligent infrastructure solution chosen for New Jersey smart city project
11 May 2021
Rutgers University has chosen Velodyne’s new solution that combines its lidar sensors and Bluecity’s AI software to monitor traffic networks and public spaces.
Cincinnati's airport uses data platform to upgrade passenger experience
11 May 2021
CVG is adopting Veovo’s airport-wide flow management technology to obtain greater understanding of passenger movement beyond the security checkpoint and into other areas.
Project to map West Midlands road network and infrastructure
11 May 2021
Work being undertaken by Chordant and Mobileye will support Transport for West Midlands’ long-term transport strategies with Coventry City Council.
6G commercial deployments could be here by 2028
07 May 2021
ABI Research reports that data security, user privacy and energy sustainability are key features that make 6G a “completely new communication system”, not just a better 5G.
Blockchain-powered marketplace for sharing data and AI models launched
05 May 2021
Nokia claims its as-a-service data marketplace will enable a wide range of vertical use cases in areas such as smart cities, transportation, ports, energy and healthcare.
Big data and ML specialist to help solve challenges in transition to green energy
29 Apr 2021
Fundamentals has worked with Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and UK Power Networks to proactively identify network faults before failure using preventative maintenance.
Melbourne research project explores how communities interact with smart city tech
27 Apr 2021
Researchers at Monash University are helping the city engage with the local community early in the process of testing new smart technologies and planning the future city strategy.
Kaohsiung launches 5G private network for business and consumer use
23 Apr 2021
HTC’s enterprise-class private network is being installed in the Taiwanese city’s development park and is part of Kaohsiung’s transformation to a 5G AIoT technology smart city.
Verizon expands initiatives to reduce global climate impact
20 Apr 2021
Verizon set a goal to achieve net zero operational emissions by 2035 and committed to source or generate renewable energy equivalent to 50 per cent of its annual electricity consumption by 2025.
UK grocery platform invests in autonomous vehicle company
16 Apr 2021
Ocado Group has commercially partnered with Oxbotica to collaborate on hardware and software interfaces for autonomous vehicles, with use cases including “kerb-to-kitchen” robots.
Dublin to host AI-powered e-scooter research project
15 Apr 2021
It will operate on Dublin City University campuses and aims to improve e-scooter safety and explore smart city use cases for computer vision-equipped micro-mobility vehicles.
Auto and tech companies team to create open mobility ecosystem
12 Apr 2021
Software République aims to provide an enriched and sustainable mobility offer for cities, regions, businesses and citizens by jointly developing and marketing intelligent systems.
WEF to launch regional networks to support digital transformation of smaller cities
08 Apr 2021
The networks in Latin America and South Asia will share smart city knowledge and connect mid-size and small cities in the regions with pioneer cities.
XR and AI companies team to build the smart spaces and buildings of the future
08 Apr 2021
Transmira and Kognition will collaborate as part of a consortium of XR companies to develop and implement latest technology and vanguard best practices to create the next generation of smart cities.
AI smart cameras to become the norm for smart city applications
07 Apr 2021
A report by ABI says such devices will feature deep learning models to automate and augment decision-making in applications such as intelligent traffic management.
Partnership created to expand use of AI video analytics across the US
26 Mar 2021
An agreement between MIT-Spin-Off Derq and traffic signal specialist Control Technologies aims to accelerate the use of the technology in smart road safety and infrastructure projects.
Robots trialled for on-demand parcel and grocery delivery in Punggol
18 Mar 2021
The public-private one-year trial is underway in Punggol and aims to pave the way for wider use of autonomous robot couriers for on-demand deliveries to consumers in Singapore.
Austin uses virtual reality to train first responders
17 Mar 2021
The City of Austin has partnered with local start-up Augmented Training Systems to develop programmes that allow skills to be quickly refreshed, without needing the physical equipment or set-up.
Companies join forces to deliver integrated public services across UAE
15 Mar 2021
Serco Middle East and AI and cloud computing company Group G42 will combine resources, capabilities and core competencies to help transform public services across the region.
Ontario government supports next-generation autonomous truck project
12 Mar 2021
Toronto-based start-up NuPort Robotics and Canadian Tire Company have announced a partnership with the government to invest $3m to test what claims to be first-of-a-kind automated truck technology.
23 Jul 2021
Building smarter partnerships
Gordon Feller examines how two cities in Nevada are benefiting from being able to plug in to their technology partner’s existing infrastructure and platforms to ignite smart city innovation.
Realising the future of intelligent education
The importance of building with – not over – nature
How IoT technology is making parking smarter in Wolfsburg
White Paper: Artificial Intelligence Within Cities – The Next Stage in Societal Digital Transformation
WEBINAR: Becoming truly smart – how can new cities add value to fibre with sensing?
ONDEMAND WEBINAR: Smart City: what’s behind the success of Smart Lighting?
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