AI is conquering all the spheres of our modern world. Not all these changes are beneficial, so it’s important to step back and evaluate the effects.
Singapore seems to live in 2119. This smart nation is the one to look to for a sneak peek into the future.
Many governing bodies within cities are effectively implementing smart tech. Smart city solutions help to improve our human environment needs, making life more comfortable for all.
IoT continues to march into our roads and cities, and the change is gaining momentum as the number of cars connected to the internet increases. Thankfully, there are numerous befits to driving a connected car.
Transport digitalization is the next step in making UK cities smarter, and with 30 percent of city traffic made up of people looking for parking, connected parking services could reduce congestion and improve public perception of the government’s ability to modernize.
IoT devices are the heart of a city, pumping around the blood (data). As IoT devices also generate data, data lifecycles are intertwined.
Through an Avoid-Shift-Improve methodology, we can create more efficient travel methods and reduce reliance on polluting energy sources.
There are two distinct approaches that will work in unison to meet the growing energy demands of our urban future: passive design...
The US and Europe have much to learn from the successful teamwork and collaboration on smart city projects in the Asian-Pacific.