A projected 66% of the world population will be living in cities by 2050. As population increases, an increasingly uneven strain is placed on the overall infrastructure.
Smart cities are struggling to make a positive impact on the environment. Much of the problems can be mitigated through the integration of technology, specifically the Internet of Things (IOT).
Cities are connecting their public infrastructure in order to run their municipalities more efficiently
A regional approach may be an even faster path to the livability, workability and sustainability we all want.
Andrew Elvish, VP of Marketing and Product Management, speaks to Security News Desk about digital evidence as an approach to create safer cities
Lighting technology is expected to be at the heart of urban life by 2030, helping deliver more sustainable and better-connected smart cities
The smart city industry is projected to be a $400 billion market by 2020, with 600 cities worldwide. Have a look at the top six technologies that make a city work.
Digital Greenwich partners with The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre to build new technologies to create opportunities for businesses and local communities.
The city of Detroit reduces crime with the launch of Project Green Light, offering round-the-clock video monitoring to city businesses, which pay all related expenses
By adding more sensors, analyzing more data, and using advanced computer programming to run traffic lights and even vehicles, are smart cities becoming “surveillance cities”?
When there is collaboration between agencies within a city, the integration of resources can make a dramatic impact on a city’s resilience
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