Smart cities are boring. Give us responsive cities.
As an urban technologist, I’m often asked to give an example of a compelling smart city application that real people are using. But to be honest, there.
As an urban technologist, I’m often asked to give an example of a compelling smart city application that real people are using.
Integrating Design and Technology in Future Streets By Project Architect Camilla Siggaard Andersen, Gehl New York and Guest Blogger Julia Thayne, Director of Urban Development, Siemens Cities Center of Competence. If you have visited any of the world’s great cities, the sounds, sights, and smells of its streets are likely to be indelibly engrained in your memory. Taxis...
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Australian government funding 52 smart cities projects with AU$28.5m
Under round one of the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, the Australian government will provide 52 projects across the nation with AU$28.5 million in shared funding.
When it comes to making digital identity something people use everyday, public trust and confidence in participating institutions is an essential element.
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I have been obsessing about the power of blockchain technology for almost a year now. Despite having a thriving digital media business, it kills me that I
ASCA Guide | Australian Smart Communities Assn
With cities becoming more dense and housing more crowded, people rely more than ever on well-designed public spaces, so why hasn't the furniture changed with the times?
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Playing Streetpong at pedestrian crossings is one way designers have used gamification to solve an urban problem.
The Smart City Initiative will guide Newcastle's transition to being a smart city by maximising opportunities in sectors including technology, advanced manufacturing, the digital economy and creative industries. It will leverage the smart city movement to improve liveability, sustainability and economic diversity.
Globally, cities are now drawing on the likes of big data and trend analysis to solve urban problems both at reactive and preventative levels. Whilst our c
Chat messages are finally outnumbering SMS messages, but there's a problem: Too many chat apps.