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Mark Whitehead outlines a new report explaining what ‘smart buildings’ are – and how councils can pay for them.
Most local authorities are aware of the Smart City concept but there is a mixed picture on implementation says the latest survey from The MJ and BT.
The mayor of London has awarded £15,000 each to eight tech firms to help them develop solutions to the capital’s social and environmental problems.
Mike Pannell introduces the need to gain public trust for smart city applications and the issues of protecting the personal information.
Scotland is working to an ambitious digital agenda in the public sector. To reach more sparsely populated areas with the same range and depth of services as urban areas, Scotland needs to make the most of its connections, and use them in smarter ways. Simon Haston reports.
How do local authorities take advantage of ‘smart-city’ technology in an affordable and realistic way? Miguel Lira and Amy Barker investigate.
Anthony Eskinazi explains how the 'future' version of parking could be a reality in every city tomorrow.
Delegates at The MJ Future Forum North event heard about a city-wide Internet of Things innovation by BT and partners, which will transform the public realm. Professor John Davies explains the benefits for Manchester, as a testbed city.
Gary Thompson explains more about road pricing and its contribution to a 'smart' environment with the help of asset finance.
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.