Mon. Jan 30th, 2023
  • EU cohesion policy: More than 1.5 million EU-funded projects accessible in new public platform
  • Speech by President von der Leyen at the 8th Cohesion Forum
  • EU Commissioner Elisa Ferreira: Cohesion Forum Opening Speech
  • EU Commission supports 225 reform projects in Member States to improve their resilience, create jobs and growth
  • Questions and Answers on the 2022 Technical Support Instrument
  • EP Hearing: A long-term vision for the EU’s rural areas
  • EU Commissioner Elisa Ferreira at the EU Parliament’s AGRI-REGI hearing: long-term vision for the EU’s rural areas
  • EP Think tank: The future of the EU’s rural areas
  • EP Think tank: Smart villages: Concept, issues and prospects for EU rural areas
  • Citizen participation in cohesion policy – Speech by EU Commissioner Elisa Ferreira
  • Healthcare and digital transition merit more cohesion funds, say MEPs
  • The URBACT City Festival is back – and registration is open
  • EU cities stand for Ukraine – Cooperation and solidarity are needed more than ever!
  • Workspace, cities and a tech future – Registration opens for the next TechPlace event
  • Smart Mobility: Latest publications by Eltis
  • Women’s needs should be better considered by public transport services
  • Smart parcel lockers trialled in Groningen
  • Global Youth Coalition for Road Safety policy paper on gender equality
  • What will happen to used EV batteries in the future?
  • Female Innovators in Urban Mobility Program 2022
  • Commission seeks views on revisions of EU driving licences and cross-border enforcement legislation
  • Application of Traction Supply System for Charging Electric Cars
  • Cascais free public transit services result in 10% more users
  • Oslo and Amsterdam performing best on the way to sustainable mobility
  • Austrian Post to only purchase zero-emission vehicles
  • Excellence in Road Safety Awards are back for 2022!
  • Smart City Challenge Leipzig 2022
  • Implementation of fast charger infrastructure for e-buses started in Maribor
  • New funding and actions to improve urban mobility in Spain
  • Gothenburg tests logistics optimisation using micro-mobility vehicles
  • Brussels pursues a car-free future
  • Cities applying for EU’s “Climate-neutral and Smart Cities” Mission announced
  • Implementation of the “limited traffic zone” in Paris postponed until 2024
  • Applications for the EU Green Capital and EU Green Leaf Awards 2024
  • How to kickstart sustainable urban logistics initiatives
  • Report reveals emerging mobility trends across Europe and Ireland
  • Plovdiv is planning to implement a Low Emission Zone
  • Hungary pilots its first hydrogen bus route
  • UNECE and Geneva Cities Hub strengthen their cooperation for sustainable urban development
  • Geneva, Lausanne, Nice and Bordeaux aim to bring the forest to the city
  • Baden-Württemberg: Intelligente Netze für die Energiewende
  • Adapt-& Play holistic cost-effective and user-friendly innovations with high replicability to upgrade smartness of existing buildings with legacy equipment (PHOENIX)
  • Teilnehmende gesucht: Evaluation des Einsatzes von intelligenten Sprachassistenten in der Betreuung älterer Menschen
  • From smart city to connected territories reality – An emerging French model – Open & Agile Smart Cities
  • The smart city solutions of the City of Vantaa – Open & Agile Smart Cities
  • Japan – A New Challenger in the Smart City Industry – Open & Agile Smart Cities
  • Japan Smart City Market 2022-2030: Share Estimation, Trend Analysis, Industry Growth Rate, Company Profiles with Strategies, Global Sales and Revenues – Chandler Brownsboro
  • Remarks by President Biden at the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference
  • Latest headlines by the Smart Cities Council
    • Mobile Smart City Companies
    • Smart Cities Week RETURNS! – Denver May 23-25, 2022
    • Quick Deploy Zero Trust Cybersecurity
    • A Vision for Meeting Citizens’ Needs – Using Data and Analytics in Scottsdale
    • Smart Cities Council Partners Honeywell and Duke Energy Solutions Improve Energy Resiliency in US
  • Latest headlines by Next City
    • People With Dementia Can Work on Farms in Holland
    • Decolonizing Capital: A Crucial Step Towards Racial and Economic Justice
    • Economics in Brief: White House Interns Will Be Paid for the First Time
    • Q&A: Getting Dollars Into the Communities Who Need it Most
    • Climate Change – and Transformative Urban Leadership – Set to Shape Atlanta’s Future
    • Housing Briefs: Wells Fargo Denied Most Refinance Apps for Black Homeowners
    • Can Art Bring Justice to Black Homeowners?
    • How Detroit Artists Are Shaping Their City and Being Shaped by It
    • Hear Us: We Must Center Blackness in Housing
    • Philly Riders Get Trapped in Rail Stations After SEPTA ‘Hardens’ System to Keep Out Unhoused People
    • How a Cincinnati Preschool Became Worker-Owned
    • Where a Free Meal for Food-Insecure Families Is Just a Text Away
    • Living With the Virus Means Designing Innovative Public Spaces of the Future
    • We Sat Through an 8-Hour Bank Merger Hearing So You Didn’t Have To
    • Strategies to Promote Affordable Commercial Space in Cities
    • Philadelphia Students Learn the Business of Cheesemaking
    • Denver’s Paratransit Service Expansion Includes Groceries, On-Demand Rides
    • Economics in Brief: NYC Announces Settlement with For-Profit College, $20M Student Debt Elimination
    • How This Visionary New Orleans Planner Is Reimagining Community Development
    • How a Nondescript Box Has Been Saving Lives
    • Housing in Brief: 3 Million Evictions Avoided During the Pandemic
    • Bronx Tenants Celebrate Step to Becoming ‘Self-Landlords’
    • Bill Could Lift Looming Deportation Threat
    • San Diego’s Unlikely Inspiration for Social Change? The Circus
    • A Bicycle Is an Anti-Poverty Machine
    • N.Y. Bill Could Stop Massage Parlor Raids
    • Richmond Muralist Wants People to ‘Find Themselves’ in Her Work
    • The Confess Project: Barbers Help Black Men Talk About Mental Health
    • Economics in Brief: Yes Votes for Public Bank in Philly, REI Workers’ Union in NYC
    • Youth Criminal Justice Gets ‘Community Review’ in Minnesota
    • Women of Color Are Leading Climate Justice Work
    • Housing in Brief: Eviction Cases Are Ramping Up in NYC
    • How a Lucky Google Search Helped a Maine Nonprofit Put Down Roots
    • Hear Us: What’s Up With Inflation, and What Does It Mean for People of Color?
    • Will Monuments Honoring People of Color Replace Old Statues of Confederate Generals?
    • Small Business Support Hits the Streets in Philadelphia
    • This Platform Wants to Disrupt the Payday Lending Industry
    • The Alpine Country Going All-You-Can-Ride
  • Global Smart Cities headlines
  • Digital twins: building sustainability and resilience in water-smart cities
  • New AI-driven technology boosts IoT for smart cities
  • AI tool seeks to improve data quality from smart cities
  • Peng Cheng Object Detection Benchmark for Smart City. (arXiv:2203.05949v1 [cs.CV])
  • Resiliency-as-a-service via microgrids and smart city software
  • How AI in Security and Surveillance Affects Quality of Life in Smart Cities
  • Vodafone Idea Partners with A5G Networks for Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities
  • ICASA on customer journey, role of data and loyalty in the service station of the future
  • Smart Irrigation Controllers Market Overview, Size, Upcoming Trends, And Future Opportunities By 2027
  • SmartCitiesWorld hosts live debate on ensuring citizens are central to smart city strategies
  • Computer scientists explain how to stop smart devices from spying on you
  • Sustainable forest management key to combat climate change: LG Sinha
  • Application for Commercial Industry to Hold Nearly 73% of the Aluminum Curtain Walls Market; Demand to Grow by 10% CAGR Through 2031
  • Virginia Beach Named a Winner in IDC Government Insights’ Fifth Annual Smart Cities North America Awards :: Articles
  • Gary Community Schools Team With ISPs to Close Digital Divide
  • 5G Infrastructure Equipment Global Market Report 2022
  • Solar-powered digital platform incorporates new capabilities for cities
  • Toyota’s Woven Planet, NYU create open-source dataset to improve VPR tech for accessibility, autonomy
  • Cities are switching to “smart” rat control
  • Increasing government initiatives to create smart cities- 5G Chipset Market Size Worth USD 33.03 Billion
  • Global Smart Water Meters Market to Reach $4.6 Billion by 2026
  • Udaipur Faces Dam Burst Threat As City Stretching Capacity Of Centuries Old Water System For Tourists
  • Citizen science air quality project in Brussels reveals disparity in pollution levels
  • Syracuse Wins North American Smart Cities Award for Sustainable Infrastructure
  • Turkey, Singapore may share experience, cooperate on smart cities | Daily Sabah
  • United Kingdom Fire Detection System Markets, Analysis &
  • J&K government is committed for ecologically sustainable development, says the LG
  • Winners Named in IDC Government Insights’ Fifth Annual Smart Cities North America Awards
  • India’s cloud innovation story: Upwards and onwards
  • The full programme and the speakers of the Connected Fleets Conference
  • Smart sensor Market By Type, Application, and Region – Global Forecast 2021 – 2030 – The Sabre
  • Smart Cities Service for Non-residential Market Huge Growth Opportunities and Trends to 2027 | Accenture, Hitachi, Ltd., GE, Honeywell International Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., ABB, IBM Corporation – ChattTenn Sports
  • California Mobility Center Signs MoU with Qatar Mobility Innovations Center to Promote Global Commercialization of Mobility Technologies
  • Soofa enhances solar powered digital platform for smart cities
  • Exclusive Interview with Piyush Goel, Founder and CEO of Beyond Key Systems Pvt. Ltd.
  • Smart Cities Engineering & Construction Services Market key players insight & growth driver analysis 2022 | Astute Analytica – The Sabre
  • United Kingdom Fire Detection System (Alarms, Detectors and Display Panels) Markets, Competition, Forecasts & Opportunities, 2022-2028 –
  • Velodyne Lidar infrastructure solution wins SXSW innovation award
  • Unitsky String Technologies Inc. Will Showcase String Transport at Smart Cities India Expo 2022
  • Electric Bus Market to hit US$ 75 billion by 2028, Says Global Market Insights Inc.
  • Thailand and Philippines Tolling & City Congestion Market to See Good Value within a Growth Theme – The Sabre
  • Dubai and Washington Work Together To Create Safe Cities – iHLS – i-HLS
  • District Heating Market Insights 2022 – Investment Analysis of Top Key Manufacturers, Industry Revenue with Price, Market Size & Share Overview with Global Countries till 2024
  • Smart Cities Market Overview, Industry Top Manufactures, Market Size, Opportunities and Forecast by 2021-2026 – The Bollywood Ticket
  • Malaysia-UK collaboration set to drive smart cities
  • Reducing water consumption today and in the smart city landscape
  • Scotlands Edinburgh passes resolution for greater cooperation with Taiwan
  • Scotland’s Edinburgh passes resolution for greater cooperation with Taiwan
  • AI used to provide insight into life in London’s Olympic Park
  • Misr Italia, Honeywell sign MoU to support digital transformation
  • Coldwell Banker expands in Alexandria by joining forces with New Alex, Platinum
  • No ‘citizen left offline:’ Gary launches broadband initiative to bridge digital divide
  • Egypt participates in official pavilion at MIPIM 2022 in Cannes
  • Althara-Attakulangara smart road development work begins
  • ‘SilverLine will result in Kerala cities losing out to others’
  • Tumakuru does eat right
  • Smart Cities or Connected City Solutions market to witness massive growth by 2026 | Silver Spring Networks, Cisco Systems, Hitachi
  • Aundh bridge open to better traffic snarls, residents think otherwise
  • Private LTE/5G network deployments are set to increase tenfold by 2026
  • Switzerland and the UAE collaborate to discuss Smart Connected Cities in the Swiss Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai
  • For Madurai Mayor, drinking water and roads are the priority
  • Connecting Arima: Towards a smart city
  • Smart city testbed in Virginia develops IoT security best practice blueprint
  • Axios Local bringing ‘smart brevity’ to a town near you: Growing from 14 to 25 cities by year’s end 2022
  • A smart future for the video security industry
  • How Can Smart Traffic Management Improve Air Quality in Cities?
  • Houston enters into three-year smart waste agreement
  • Israeli Consul General Visits City of Peachtree Corners, Curiosity Lab – Reinforcing Influx of Tech Companies Into Heart of Silicon Orchard
  • Latest Industry IoT Consortium Journal of Innovation Discusses Role of Artificial Intelligence in Industry

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