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Smart city programmes are held back by a lack of funding and visionary leadership, report says as London is named one of the top smart cities in the world.
Jos Creese outlines some key technology trends councils should focus on in 2018.
Cardiff has become the first council in Europe to launch a new smart parking system across its citywide road network.
Scotland’s largest city is likely to ‘reap benefits’ worth £150m thanks to the millions the Government has invested into the city’s digital infrastructure and open data.
Ashley Bijster argues that outdated legislation has become a barrier to smarter urban living.
New technology should be used to improve life in recently-devolved combined authorities, according to town planners.
BT has announced the launch of a new project with See.Sense to provide sensor-enabled and connected bike lights to up to 180 cyclists across Manchester as part of CityVerve, the UK’s smart city demonstrator.
Paul Haddlesey sets out why local authorities should ensure street lighting infrastructure can adapt to future data input needs.
Being connected and connecting almost anything were key themes of the recent BT Innovation Week, held at Adastral Park in June.
'Smart’ streetlights have been installed in Essex offering the potential to monitor pollution, guide driverless vehicles, and create Wi-Fi hotspots.