Here are some examples of how mainstream AI is changing the world around us, in ways that most people probably haven't noticed.
What can we learn about the origins of smart city privacy from what privacy meant in Neolithic cities? For one, privacy seems to be an intrinsic human need.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) focuses on a building's design and construction. A Digital Twin represents how people interact with built environments.
The New Deal is built on three critically important building blocks: BACnet open standard (the foundation of the Industrial IoT (IIoT)), model-based analytics, and service transparency. The objective of the New Deal initiative is to facilitate a dialog between building systems industry and commercial building professionals, a dialog on how we collectively think about intelligent and smart systems in buildings.
From smart homes to smart cars to smart cities, IoT enables new government surveillance practices. What should the average citizen make of this?
Trilateration relies on signal strength as an analogy for distance. Triangulation relies on timing differences in the reception of tags' signals.
This 2nd installment in our series on smart city privacy explores how two of the earliest cities, Çatalhöyük and Jericho, navigated urban privacy issues.
The school of the future represents the push toward a more collaborative and enriching educational experience, which could benefit all stakeholders.
Here's how San Francisco, Vienna, Tokyo, Barcelona and London, which have the smartest transportation, have transformed mobility and quality of life.
IoT applications in waste management add a dimension of agile, real-time mapping and tracking that can improve waste management outcomes.