Special Reports

Plotting the route to smarter transportation

Plotting the route to smarter transportation

Smart Cities World’s Road to Liveable Cities event brought together technology and transport experts, as well as start-ups, to discuss and envision the shape of future mobility.

City data-sharing scales up

City data-sharing scales up

New initiatives around city data-sharing look way beyond open data.

Blockchain: Hype, hope and growing up in public

Blockchain: Hype, hope and growing up in public

A recent Smart Cities World event looked at where things currently stand with blockchain for smarter cities and how we proceed from here.

Following ransomware hack, Atlanta shares cybersecurity takeaways for other cities

Following ransomware hack, Atlanta shares cybersecurity takeaways for other cities

The City of Atlanta’s ransomware attack earlier this year shut down many digital services and is a massive cybersecurity wake-up call for all cities. 

Blockchain for smarter cities? Start crawling

Blockchain for smarter cities? Start crawling

Many cities are curious about the benefits that blockchain could offer for citizens and public services, but they’re understandably wary of taking the plunge. Ernst & Young’s Paul Brody shares how to move beyond the status quo.

Sustainability: Cities and technology vendors must lead by example

Sustainability: Cities and technology vendors must lead by example

Delta Electronics’ M.S. Huang urges cities and technology vendors to practise what they preach for a more sustainable future.

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.

AI for smarter cities: finding the real value

AI for smarter cities: finding the real value

Sarah Wray looks at where AI is making an impact in improving our cities, and the opportunities for the future

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

From Manchester to Melbourne

From Manchester to Melbourne

The UK’s CityVerve smart city demonstrator aims to build a blueprint for cities around the world. Upcoming projects include talkative buses, smart-sensing trams and gamifying health and fitness. SmartCitiesWorld reports on its progress to date