London has been declared the smartest city in the world, according to the sixth edition of the annual IESE Cities in Motion Index 2019.
Dated April 23, 2019, Vinhomes Joint Stock Company (Vingroup) officially launched a Mega Smart Urban Area called Vinhomes Smart City
Smart city technologies could save enterprises, governments and citizens globally over US$5 trillion annually by 2022.
Since the very first cities began to emerge over ten thousand years ago, cities such as New York, Dubai and Tokyo are now at the centre of the revolution of city life
What are the key obstacles that society needs to tackle in order to maximise the potential of IoT smart city technology?
By 2050, more than six billion people worldwide will live in cities, creating sustainability challenges on a huge scale
Smart cities have come a long way, but the next big hurdle comes in the form of data interfaces.
The rise of smart cities has meant that digital architecture is now just as important as physical architecture for multinational engineering firm Arup.
Analyst IDC reports that hardware currently represents the highest spending but it will be overtaken by services.
Lighting technology will be at the heart of urban life in 2030, helping deliver more sustainable and better-connected smart cities.