Offering increased productivity, accessibility, efficiency, a more positive impact on the environment, and the potential for additional safety, autonomous vehicles are widely regarded as the future of urban transportation. But how can self-driving cars and other forms of autonomous transport be seamlessly integrated into existing cities' infrastructure and environments?
For World Cities Day, we asked Michael Bironneau, Head of Technology Development at Open Energi, a few questions to learn more about utilising data science and machine learning technologies in energy, how we can create a smarter grid, the political challenges we face, and more.
On 16-17 March in London, we held the third annual RE•WORK Connected City Summit, bringing together city and government representatives, industry innovators, exciting startups and leading academics for two days of discussions around future smart cities.
To mark International Women’s Day 2016, we interviewed leading women in the fields of science and technology, to celebrate their achievements and to explore the challenges faced by women in the sector.
Finding the time and space for everyone to meet to present, properly understand and then discuss a project can time-consuming and difficult. Many online collaboration solutions provide for communications within a project team, but few offer solutions for when wider groups of people need to be consulted.
Thanks to social media and sensors being embedded in objects as part of the Internet of Things, the amount of data being collected is growing rapidly. But how will this transform our understanding of cities?
To mark International Women’s Day 2016, we’ve interviewed leading women in the fields of science and technology, to celebrate their achievements and to explore the challenges faced by women in the sector.
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A prototype house in Stuttgart uses a smart energy concept and self-learning controls to produce double the amount of energy it needs, from sustainable sources, while monitoring and benefitting the surrounding environment.