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Merton Council in Wimbledon’s findings reveal that bad weather and bank holidays impacted footfall more than the Plan-B Covid restrictions.   AI was used to analyse pedestrian and traffic movements in Wimbledon High Street Merton London Borough

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

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

Sunderland City Council is working with communications infrastructure provider Bai Communications and Sunderland Software City to deliver a six-week programme which will culminate in a showcase event.   Sunderland is well placed to host the accelerator with

The LoRa Alliance said the development broadens the standard’s internet of things market with smart metering the first application to leverage it.   LoRaWaN is the standard for the internet of things low-power wide-area networks The LoRa Alliance,

Senet and Ready Wireless are collaborating to help North America municipalities and enterprises accelerate the deployment of a range of monitoring and asset tracking solutions.   The companies want to help cities acclerate and scale smart city

Technology from Israeli start-up ACiiST provides Peachtree Corners with connected infrastructure network solutions that allow various mobility technologies on the city’s streets to communicate.   ACiiST’s technology spans a half-mile of Peachtree Corners’ city street of the

Report finds 5G will be preferred for Industrial 4.0 applications like digital twins, robotics and automation as well as connected and autonomous mobility.   Counterpoint predicts the introduction of 6G for IoT by end of the decade

Located in Texas, the operating lab will be equipped with a physical representation of a utility smart grid, enabling real-world demonstrations of end-to-end private network operations across the power grid.   Utilities and OEMs can test interoperability

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