Edge and 5G-based networks are being employed to lay the groundwork for tomorrow’s generation of digital cities.
Topic: Smart Cities
How cities are using real-time analytics to improve services, such as for transportation, preventive policing, and crime reduction.
Digital twins could be the catalyst for reduced emissions, as city planners are able to trial run more decarbonization efforts with low operational
Breaking down the barriers of smart cities development could be achieved through the use of open-source standards and
Automakers need the flexibility and scalability that open-source collaboration is famous for to develop software-defined cars of today and the
Citizens and governments will be connected in ways that we’ve never seen before. IoT will deliver huge opportunities and benefits to smart cities, but this …
Collaborative efforts will help transform Europe's cities and regions into the next era of
Digital cities seeing the most remarkable success use technology to achieve clear, measurable goals. They also prioritize citizen and business engagement from …
By 2026, the number of sensors deployed in smart buildings will exceed one billion. As a result, more AI deployment will follow to provide insights into the …
Governments like Shanghai and the others in the top five smart cities spots want to use data to democratize services and
5G is the missing link that can provide the necessary bandwidth and wireless connection to the cloud for new smart city projects.