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South Carolina launches data heavy system to reduce road traffic accidents
18 Dec 2020
The Department of Transportation will use the solution to analyse crash rates, roadway characteristics and other data from 79,000 miles of road across the state.
Smart census solution upgraded for pandemic era
16 Sep 2020
Hexagon’s Smart Census 2020 tool allows households to complete census questionnaires online or over the telephone, reducing the need for in-person interviews and field-based data collection.
Analysis reveals majority of UK pavements are too narrow for social distancing
05 Jun 2020
To help public sector and other organisations respond to government guidelines, Esri UK has made new map data available for free as part of its Covid-19 response programme.
Mapping platform joins open source foundation
08 Apr 2020
The Urban Computing Foundation will host and govern Mapzen, which aims to develop a truly open platform for mapping, search, navigation, location and transit data.
New South Wales government launches digital twin
25 Feb 2020
The government has worked with the digital arm of Australia’s national science agency to create a virtual 4D model of the Western Sydney built and natural environment.
Digital twin software specialist launches digital cities initiatives
24 Oct 2019
Bentley Systems is applying digital twin technology to help achieve more efficient city and regional operations and more connected and resilient infrastructure.
what3words simplifies location-finding in Tokyo
21 Oct 2019
Users of the taxi-hailing app S.Ride can use the digital address technology to navigate to a specific address in the Japanese capital using just three words.
Mapillary launches street-level image and map data marketplace
22 May 2019
Mapmakers and others can post requests on the marketplace, which aims to respond to the increased pressure for up-to-date map data.
Vancouver Police uses AI to prevent crime
28 Feb 2019
Through spatial analytics, police are able to predict where residential break-and-enters will occur and place police patrols accordingly
Mapillary makes map data collection easier and faster
13 Feb 2019
The platform provides a web and mobile app that allows anyone to task a person in their organisation with gathering imagery and map data for improving their maps
How consumer tech is making Stockholm run more smoothly
Smartphones are proving to be an unusual but effective tool in improving the quality of roads in Sweden.
22 Feb 2021
Think tank: City life on Mars? Creating human centred communities in space and beyond
15 Feb 2021
Beyond the pandemic: the technology that will remain part of our smart cities
08 Feb 2021
The future of public safety: why smart cities need to look to the cloud
09 Feb 2021
Insight Report: Distributed Acoustic Sensors and the Smart Cities of the Future
03 Feb 2021
Research Report: How smart is your office?
16 Dec 2020
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