Special Reports

Empowering vulnerable citizens in smart cities

Empowering vulnerable citizens in smart cities

Smart city initiatives aim to make our lives easier but cities can’t be truly ‘smart’ if they fail to serve entire groups of society.

The city as an airport: TfL’s Head of Foresight mulls urban air mobility

The city as an airport: TfL’s Head of Foresight mulls urban air mobility

Iain Macbeth, Head of Foresight, Transport for London (TfL), provides insight into how cities can plan for the rise of urban air mobility.

Anne Kerr, Mott MacDonald: The 4 Ps of safe, secure cities

Anne Kerr, Mott MacDonald: The 4 Ps of safe, secure cities

Anne Kerr, Global Head of Cities, Mott MacDonald, talks to SmartCitiesWorld about how more effective use of data can help tackle some of our most pressing security issues.

Game changer

Game changer

In theory, a hyperloop system could reduce a 12-hour train journey between Los Angeles and San Francisco to just 35 minutes

The cyber security threat to transportation

The cyber security threat to transportation

Cisco’s 2017 Midyear Cyber Security Report showed that cyber security threats are escalating and becoming increasingly complex for transportation organisations as they transition to modern and more connected technology infrastructures

ThrowBack: Barcelona welcomes a world of smart 2016

ThrowBack: Barcelona welcomes a world of smart 2016

The biggest ever Smart City Expo World Congress opens its doors today (15 Nov 2016) with the aim of making cities work better for their citizens

Can the train take the strain?

Can the train take the strain?

Digitisation is the only way to deal with the logistics needed to cope with an all time high demand for rail travel

Springboard to smart

Springboard to smart

Exclusive interview with Professor David Gann CBE, VP (Innovation) Imperial College, and Chair of the Smart London Board, on Smart London its achievements so far, and what needs to happen next, by Melony Rocque