Special Reports

Cities face up to facial recognition ethics

Cities face up to facial recognition ethics

More cities move to limit the use of facial recognition technology as leaders grapple with security threats, ethics and public perceptions.

Autonomous passenger ferries: Congestion-buster or hype on the high seas?

Autonomous passenger ferries: Congestion-buster or hype on the high seas?

The world’s first autonomous passenger ferry demonstration took place off the coast of Finland last month. Are we set to see such services scale up?

Traffic congestion: Cutting through the complexity

Traffic congestion: Cutting through the complexity

We explore how cities are trying to tackle the major challenge of congestion.

Digitising Asia’s electricity markets

Digitising Asia’s electricity markets

Martin Lim, COO and co-founder of Electrify, highlights how decentralised energy can contribute to smarter cities.

Solar-powered cities: sunny outlook with patches of cloud

Solar-powered cities: sunny outlook with patches of cloud

Renewable energy, combined with energy efficiency is central to powering cities of the future. Sarah Wray looks at how solar is a key part of that energy mix

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How the Convergence of Things will deliver intelligent mobility in 2065

Powering Singapore’s Smart Nation vision with geospatial technologies

Powering Singapore’s Smart Nation vision with geospatial technologies

Geospatial technology is one of the key capabilities being developed to enhance operational planning and delivery by the public sector, by Melony Rocque

Paved with good intentions

Paved with good intentions

Roads offer one of the biggest deployments for smart technologies