Smart Cities News

Mobileye tests autonomous vehicles in New York

Intel subsidiary Mobileye is testing autonomous vehicles in New York. Israeli firm Mobileye has added New York to its expanding global autonomous vehicle (AV) testing programme. “Driving in complex [...]

Dothan switches to Oracle to address city services

The city of Dothan in Alabama is implementing a unified suite of Oracle cloud applications to address foundational city services functions such as utilities, public works and administrative back-office [...]

Seoul plans citywide public IoT network

The South Korean capital Seoul hopes to have a citywide public IoT network by 2023. The Seoul Metropolitan Government also plans to build an operating platform that will serve [...]

Bloomberg funds transformation in six cities

Bloomberg Philanthropies is funding six global cities to accelerate digital transformation, improve the lives of residents and boost recovery from Covid-19. The three-year grants, which will fund innovation teams, [...]

Atos platform helps cities deliver smart services

French IT consulting company Atos has created a platform that aims to make smart cities a reality by helping governments deliver smart integrated services to citizens, visitors and economic [...]

BAI and Signify partner on wireless infrastructure

Australian communications infrastructure provider BAI Communications is working with Dutch lighting firm Signify to convert outdoor lighting infrastructure into wireless communications platforms. The goal is to combine BAI’s portfolio [...]

Suppliers join forces to brighten Brussels

Technology suppliers have joined forces to brighten Brussels with a city-centric smart lighting system. Brussels has appointed an integrator to test and approve a group of interoperable suppliers for [...]

Uncharted completes phase one of New York pilot

Platform-as-a-service company Uncharted Power has completed phase one of its pilot in Poughkeepsie, New York, proving the technological feasibility of its smart city platform that reduces the cost and [...]

Drones lead smart city initiatives in Ontario

The city of Ontario in California is making smart city breakthroughs with drone deliveries, robot carts, e-scooters, smart hubs and a major retail development. Virginia-based DroneUp has completed the [...]

Signify acquires smart street lighting firm Telensa

Dutch firm Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, has acquired UK smart street lighting company Telensa. With Telensa, Signify adds narrow-band and Talq-compliant technology to its open and secured systems. This [...]

Miami deploys Ike interactive kiosks

The city of Miami, in partnership with Ohio-based Ike Smart City, has unveiled the first in a series of interactive, digital touchscreen kiosks. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Wynwood, [...]

Daewoo partners to build smart city platform in Vietnam

SparkLabs Korea has signed a partnership with Daewoo E&C Vina and Bespin Global to build collectively a smart city platform in Vietnam. Daewoo E&C is a construction company in [...]