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As cities develop and populations continue to grow, there is one common challenge most places face: transportation. In southwest Germany near the French border, Karlsruhe, the second-largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg, has had a three-...
Article - 12/10/2018
Active Region(s): Europe
Category: Upward Mobility, Food and Water, Wellness, Shelter, Smart City Concepts, Definitions and overviews, Responsibility areas, Built environment, Economic development, Energy, Health and human services, Payments, Public safety and security, Telecommunications, Transportation
It's been said that China has not been as quick as other Asian countries such as Singapore, Japan and South Korea to embrace and develop smart cities, but the country has been making progress. And the announcement at the Fourth China International...
Article - 08/23/2018
Active Region(s): North America
Category: Economic development, Payments, Telecommunications, Transportation
Researchers at the UK's University of Sheffield teamed with GSMA, an organization that represents mobile network operators, to develop a common index for measuring a smart city's smartness. Leveraging a set of 31 indicators developed by GSMA that...
Article - 05/09/2014
Active Region(s): Main, North America
Category: Payments, Telecommunications, Connectivity, Instrumentation and control