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.
To become a modern, transparent and competitive European city, the city of Zagreb, Croatia, improved its business processes and communication with citizens by partnering with Microsoft and Omega Software. This video explains what was involved.
This video contains highlights from ABB's Americas Technology and Partner Days 2015, which included the official opening of its new North American robotics manufacturing facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan
This video highlights the innovative storage system that S&C Electric Company installed on the Shetland Islands. It will work alongside the Island’s existing diesel generators, to store excess energy to be used when demand requires it.
The Vinnytsia City Council is committed to openness and has made it simpler and easier for its citizens to access administrative services online. The video explains how the Ukraine city has integrated disparate municipal services into one institution called Transparent Office.
In this presentation to members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Veolia North America CEO Terry Mah shares how businesses and communities are benefiting from environmental solutions that are delivered as part of the Circular Economy.
The London Transport Museum created this video to illustrate Cubic Transportation Systems NextCity strategy, which is to implement a single account across all modes of transportation to enable cities to more efficiently manage revenue collection.
Listen in as smart cities experts from Europe and the U.S. offer insights on how to drive smart cities in this video from the 2015 Innovative City conference in Nice, France.
Corporate Review interviews Imex Systems executives on their next-generation smart government technologies that help cities optimize and automate processes for more efficient delivery of services to citizens.
After writing a letter to MasterCard CEO Ajay Banga about his idea to improve digital payment security, 9 year-old David Schwartzman from Brooklyn, N.Y. was invited in to talk about it. This video captures the highlights.