Smart Cities News

Smart AI-based cameras to transform traffic management by 2025

Smart AI-based cameras to transform traffic management by 2025

ABI Research reports that such cameras will enable an increasing number of low latency mission-critical machine vision applications like pedestrian detection and alerting, and real-time surveillance.

Companies collaborate to create smart city smart pole

Companies collaborate to create smart city smart pole

The streetlight unit combines embedded gigabit-speed mmWave wireless connectivity into light poles featuring wi-fi access points, HD cameras and more.

Investment in smart streetlighting to hit $28bn over next decade

Investment in smart streetlighting to hit $28bn over next decade

The sixth edition of the industry standard study of the global streetlighting market shows that well over a quarter of all streetlights globally have been converted to LEDs.

New-generation smart benches and smart waste solutions launched

New-generation smart benches and smart waste solutions launched

Include’s latest Steora City bench is powered by advanced artificial intelligence and creates revenue opportunities with an optional smart outdoor advertising system.

Tech partnership aims to promote better understanding of building use

Tech partnership aims to promote better understanding of building use

Buro Happold and Microsoft’s global property management technology aims to provide office owners and operators with a “single source of truth” about what is happening in their properties in real-time.

Graz to prioritise smart city IoT use cases on Nokia 5G network

Graz to prioritise smart city IoT use cases on Nokia 5G network

Citycom Telecommunication Graz has selected Nokia to deliver a 5G network covering the entire province of Styria and which will also create new revenue opportunities for the Austrian city.

Micro-mobility company launches research fund for use of e-scooters

Micro-mobility company launches research fund for use of e-scooters

Research will focus on the various safety aspects of e-scooter use as well as rider travel behaviour and the challenges and opportunities of the integration of e-scooters within a city.

IMDA and IBM join forces to accelerate digital skills development in Singapore

IMDA and IBM join forces to accelerate digital skills development in Singapore

IBM’s programme aims to meet the demand for technology consulting and deep technical skills needed to support the acceleration of digital transformation across all industries.

Jointly building a smart city helps us all enjoy better urban lives

Jointly building a smart city helps us all enjoy better urban lives

Closed ecosystems mean limited choices, limited innovation, limited success, writes York Yuekun.

Glasgow delivers feedback on the progress of its digital strategy

Glasgow delivers feedback on the progress of its digital strategy

The Scottish city has outlined achievements to date as well as next steps and priorities, including the renewed focus of digital investment to support recovery from the pandemic.