Hexagon and Fujitsu will use technology to help realise the “Trusted Society”, which they describe as a sustainable, resilient place where people can live together in peace and prosperity.   Hexagon and Fujitsu have announced a strategic

PNY Technologies and SmartCow are joining forces to streamline and simplify the implementation of solutions to accelerate the digital transformation of cities.   The companies' mission is to develop an ever-growing AIoT ecosystem PNY Technologies and SmartCow

The Washington state city will use technology from Iteris to gain critical transportational analytics and speeding data for key arterials and highways to help increase safety and reduce carbon emissions.   Smart mobility solutions will enable the

Geo is calling for in-home display units to be replaced with newly developed home energy management systems, which can deliver bigger savings for consumers.   Untapped smart meter data could help homes cut fuel bills Better use

Now in their eighth year, IDC said the awards showed that after the peak of Covid waves, cities are focused on the next normal with increased adoption of digital, targeting socio-economic impact.   Singapore bagged six winners

Once the technology launches later in the summer, the public and all relevant city departments will be able to access the same record through an online platform, providing clarity and transparency.   Reno is launching its Biggest

The Digital Trust Centre will lead research and development efforts for “trust technologies”, which include those that preserve data privacy while the data is being analysed.   Singapore wants to be alert to future risks as AI

A technology company and wheelchair tennis player are developing a navigation system using smart technology and the cloud to help overcome mobility-related issues around cities.   At the centre of the project is wheelchair tennis player Dani

The inventories will enable the cities to develop a suite of actions to incentivise more sustainable consumption in collaboration with people and businesses and pioneer new ways to measure emissions.   New York City is also signing

Local teams will work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to map urban heat islands, areas that can be up to 20 degrees hotter than nearby neighbourhoods.   The project seeks to inform strategies to reduce