As city populations swell around the world, a big question looming over city leaders' heads is matching resources with needs and finding the right financing mechanisms to make that happen. Watch this video for a discussion on how cities can address the urban investment gap.
With more than 4 billion people in the world lacking Internet access, Mawingu hopes to provide a solution. Watch in this Microsoft video how the company uses TV white space, or the gaps in between TV channels, to deliver fast, affordable and reliable connectivity to rural areas in Kenya.
This year marks 100 years of Black & Veatch providing critical infrastructure solutions around the world. Watch the video to learn about the company that provides energy, telecommunications and water solutions in more than 100 countries.
One of the biggest pain points during a visit to the mall is having to pay for parking. It's not the paying that's the problem; it's the inconvenience of having to pay using cash that is the real problem. Watch this video to learn about the MasterPass solution.
This video highlights the Bristol Whales monument, designed to represent the beauty and fragility of our oceans and the increasing human threats that they face.
At a roundtable hosted by the Guardian, experts discussed how long it will take for all cities to become smart. In this video, Cisco's Rod Halstead, Sarah Gonsalves of Milton Keynes City Council and others argue that smart cities aren't about tech or data. What matters is creating fun, surprising places where people want to live, work and be healthy.
Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas is using the Allied Telesis Extricom Series wireless technology to connect tens of thousands of convention attendees seamlessly throughout one of the largest meeting spaces in the world. Learn more in this video.
Dan Girard of S&C Electric Co. and Ed Pinero of Veolia are among the experts in this video discussing energy infrastructure in the Midwest, and the complex interactions and relationships that must develop for a more advanced, harmonious grid.
If you could invent anything with the tech in front of you, what would you invent? This video describes how two teams, in five days had the chance to invent something that could change the world. The event was the Why Wait Invent-Off powered by Qualcomm.
This brief video highlights how, with the help of IBM Watson, doctors are pioneering smarter medicine. Watson is helping doctors find hidden correlations across all types of data like medical history, genetics, research and more.