Ever Smarter: Japan’s Woven City, Barcelona’s Super Block, Kenya’s...
All around the world, the notion of the “smart city” is being both expanded and refined. From carless superblocks to a city being built by a car company, it’s clear that the coming decade will take the integration of technology and services to another level — where, hopefully, the design of urban spaces will put citizens first. Here is a world tour of some of the most interesting smart city projects:Ca m'intéresse
CES 2020 In Review: Data Privacy, Smart Living And Sustainability Take Center...
Sometimes what happens in Vegas should not stay in Vegas. We are of course thinking of the best innovations on display at Consumer Electronic Show (CES), which was hosted last week amid the neon in Nevada. The annual tech showcase has been a rendez-vous for all things cutting-edge for more than 50 years, where today’s tech giants now gather in Las Vegas to unveil new releases while smaller startups get a chance to...Ca m'intéresse
Bogotá’s Race To Become Latin America’s Smartest Smart City
It would be a mistake to limit the term “smart city” to the widespread use of the latest technologies for services like security cameras and traffic lights. For experts, the concept goes further than that, integrating practices that may seemingly have nothing to do with technology, such as the idea of “smart citizens” which could have an impact on mobility, the environment and other factors.Ca m'intéresse
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