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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

The programme is part of the City’s Neighbourhood Model, which takes a place-based approach to help the council connect with, understand and respond to unique communities across the municipality.   The neighbourhood portal aim to support locals

The Digital Cities Index 2022 report by Economist Impact found that involving citizens in the design of smart city schemes underpins meaningful inclusion.   Copenhagen scored well for use of digital technology to support urban sustainability Copenhagen

MTA’s new strategic action plan looks to improve equity across the network by integrating bikes, pedestrians and micromobility options with the agency’s transport system.   New York MTA's efforts to make its transit network more accessible are

It is convening organisations across the public and private sectors, experts and academics to accelerate development of governance and policy frameworks.   The metaverse is expected to grow into an $800bn market by 2024 The World Economic Forum

Using the combined efforts of telcos, their customers and community groups, Singapore IMDA aims to provide digital connectivity to 30,000 individuals from vulnerable segments.   Telcos and their customers will help to address the digital divide Singapore

Collaboration builds on mayor Muriel Bowser’s commitment to give every DC resident a “fair shot”, and provides Washington DC households with multi-gigabit internet at little or no cost to them.   WeLink partnership is a described as

The cross-sector, community-driven effort aims to understand and tackle the nuanced barriers to digital equity and close Chicago’s digital divide once and for all.   Chicago’s public library is the largest provider of free broadband Chicago is

The projects, spread across 13 countries, aim to create more sustainable, inclusive, and beautiful spaces in locations in the EU and will involve citizens in the green transition at the local level.   Stavanger in Norway is

Supported by nearly $18m in state and city funding, the project aims to offer subsidised transit fares for 2,000 pilot area residents who have historically lacked options for how to get to where they need to go

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