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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailAmsterdam, Barcelona and New York City have launched a  smart cities coalition for digital rights to protect citizens’ data and digital rights. The new ‘cities coalition for digital rights‘ coalition …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe City of San Diego has extended its smart street lighting network with another 1,000 sensor nodes, and new applications for parking, traffic and public safety. San Diego has worked …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailMastercard has confirmed 16 ‘cities’, or rather urban centres, as founding members of its City Possible programme, convened to foster public-private collaboration in the smart cities space. The ‘cities’, varying …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailHuawei has launched a digital platform for smart cities, claiming at the same time it is already working with 160 cities in over 40 countries on smart city solutions. Huawei …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailChinese giant Alibaba told a packed-out room at Electronica 2018 in Munich, in Germany, yesterday that Europe is well placed in the emerging tech arms race against China and the …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe City of Delft, in the Netherlands, has appointed Dell EMC and Nokia as the leading parties in a public-private partnership to introduce semi-autonomous barges on the city’s underused canals …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailCities should focus on what works, and hurry up, if they are to bring intelligence to their operations, Liberty Lake IoT provider Itron told Enterprise IoT Insights. The company has …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailWill blockchain help to democratise power generation and power consumption? It is a tangential, and tech-minded, question, which came out of the central narrative at European Utility Week 2018 in Vienna …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe planet’s appetite for energy is growing; demand for electricity shows no signs of slowing. German technology company Siemens told European Utility Week 2018 in Vienna the only way the …

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe problem with smart cities is no one wants to buy them. Because no one knows how to sell them. The technology is proven, but the commercial models are only …

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