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Insight EU Smart Cities Monitoring 19 September 2022 (PDF)

IEU SC 2022-9-19
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  • Nouveau Bauhaus européen : la Commission se félicite du soutien appuyé du Parlement
  • UN Regional Commissions, UN-Habitat and UNCDF discuss lessons learned in promoting urban economic resilience after COVID-19 and launch e-learning course for cities
  • Local and Regional Governments renew their partnership with the European Commission as key contributors to sustainable development
  • Towards Daejeon 2022: Cultural rights are key to shaping the future of sustainable development and post-2030 strategies
  • The 7th UCLG Congress in Daejeon - Science and Technology and Economy City of Korea
  • Urbact: New open call for networks ahead!
  • EU Cohesion Policy: €467 million for cooperation actions in the North West Europe, Atlantic and Arctic area
  • European Parliament Joint Debate on Cohesion Policy - reports on the 8th Cohesion Report and on EU border regions - Elisa Ferreira
  • State of the European Union: regions and cities answer the call and stand ready
  • CoR: EU regions and cities pledge Mayor Klitschko support to rebuild Ukraine
  • CoR: Partnerships for Regional Innovation: First lighthouse event explores tools to locally address resilience and sustainability challenges
  • Semaine européenne de la mobilité : de meilleures connexions pour une mobilité urbaine durable
  • Eurocities at the European Mobility Week
  • New Urban Agenda for the EU Partnerships on Greening Cities and Sustainable Tourism: Call for partners closes 16 September 2022
  • Utrecht named most bike-friendly city for 2022
  • Latest publications by ELTIS
  • The end of Germany's €9 nationwide monthly transport ticket
  • Prague has launched a Mobility-as-a-Service app
  • Berlin expands electric bus fleet
  • Research and Innovation in Urban Mobility, Logistics and Public Transport
  • Brussels' Car Free Sunday: a day for truly sustainable mobility
  • Bike lanes and pedestrian areas are making sustainable mobility a reality in many Italian cities
  • How Local Governments Can Advance Community Solar for Low- and Moderate-Income Households - WRI World Resources Institute
  • EU Commission joins forces with local and regional government associations to boost sustainable development
  • UN COP27: Cities and regions push for greater climate ambition and stronger support amid the global energy crisis
  • BITKOM: Das Smart Home wird zur Chance für das Handwerk
  • Bitkom: Deutschlands smarteste Städte: Nürnberg, Aachen und Düsseldorf steigen in Top 10 auf
  • Wiener Supergrätzl: Wiener Straßenräume transformieren - Smart City Wien
  • New minister for UK government digital -
  • National Archives works on digital access to sensitive records -
  • IET calls for common language for digital twins -
  • Further headlines by
  • Crown Hosting Data Centres enters partnership for cloud services
  • Government aims to define ‘responsible cyber behaviour’
  • DfE and Cognizant agree £8.3 million data science deal
  • Highland Council unveils ICT and digital strategies
  • Barking and Dagenham Council implements new ERP
  • Lichfield Council CEO opts for systems thinking
  • Scottish Government extends deal with Informed Solutions
  • NatureScot to use AI in land management and planning
  • European Space Agency to use dynamic predictive routing tool for networks
  • Drive your digital transformation, your way, your pace
  • A 360-degree view of cyber security for the public sector
  • ICO publishes draft guidance on privacy enhancing technologies
  • GDS picks Experian for roles in Digital Identity Programme
  • Students give mixed response to online learning
  • Aberdeen claims progress in digital inclusion for care leavers
  • CCS plans AI and automation procurement framework
  • BEIS plans digital platform for heat pump market
  • Haringey and Wiltshire win shares of testbed funds for digital tech in care
  • Promoting data science and AI in public policy
  • Government encourages ‘default-allow, explicit-deny’ approach for Civil Service
  • Glasgow tests wireless tech to support ‘Bus Bike’ for schoolchildren
  • MI5 and Alan Turing Institute unveil partnership
  • NCSC publishes principles for security in machine learning
  • Local Digital plans cyber pilots with councils
  • Land Registry highlights digital and automation plans
  • Lancashire County Council deploys analysis tool at bus junctions
  • GOV.UK monitoring to move to Google Analytics 4
  • Planning Inspectorate to run AI alpha project
  • Report sets out data ethics for self-driving vehicles
  • Greater Manchester plans digital support and app for care leavers
  • Latest links to stories published by Next City
  • The South Side’s New Collective Approach to Commercial Corridors
  • With COP27 Approaching, Cities Like Philadelphia Are ‘Powerful Tools’ For Climate Adaptation
  • Economics In Brief: $1,000 For 1,000 People In Los Angeles County
  • These Students Are The First To Attend Law School From Prison
  • Housing In Brief: Philly Offers A Model For LGBT Senior Housing
  • Why Does Building Inspection Fail Tenants? A Professor Explains
  • In Baltimore, Teaching STEM Through Dirt Bikes
  • 10 Years Later, San Francisco Remains The Only Agency To Allow Universal All-Door Boarding
  • Magnolia Mother’s Trust Marks A History-Making Three Cycles of Paying Black Mothers $1,000 A Month
  • Somebody Actually Started A New Credit Union. Here’s How They Did It.
  • Plants By School Playgrounds Protect Kids From Road Pollution, Study Finds
  • How The Twin Cities Is Making Transit Accessible To Immigrants And Refugees
  • Cities Are Tapping Residents to Study Climate Change Impacts
  • How St. Louis Churches Are Revealing The Disparities In The Air We Breathe
  • Can New York City Protect Basement Unit Residents From The Next Ida?
  • Through Mutual Aid, This Farm Is Taking On Food Insecurity In New York City
  • Bikes, Not Self Driving Cars, Are The Technological Gateway To Urban Progress
  • Washington’s New Missing Indigenous Alert System Confronts ‘A Learning Curve’ In Real Time
  • A $31 Million Wetland Restoration Project In South Philly Breaks Ground
  • To Combat Teen Suicide in Montana, This Coalition Unites Philanthropists, Schools and Healthcare
  • Top headlines on Smart City developments
  • 3 steps to build 'adaptive' smart cities of the future
  • Is There Such a Thing As an Ethical Smart City?
  • Intelligent cooperation to provide surveillance and epidemic services in smart cities
  • Smart Cities: Mobility ecosystems for a more sustainable future
  • Smart Cities And Construction
  • ENE.HUB Caters to Local Smart City Needs with SMART.NODE™
  • Arup, startup are building smart city modeling tools to maximize energy efficiency
  • Vietnamese smart city to be built by Lotte Group
  • Smart City Planning For Resilience: Earth Observation Data And Critical Infrastructure
  • Lotte Group to build futuristic smart city in Vietnam
  • Bringing the human back into smart cities
  • With smart vehicles, South Korea aims to be pioneer in smart city development
  • Capital Smart City Islamabad Interchange Construction began ||Sky Marketing
  • What You Need To Know Before Investing In Smart City Infrastructure
  • Smart city modelling partnership to explore system planning platforms
  • Further headlines on Smart City developments
  • Gordon Plaza relocation hinges on what prices the city offers for homes
  • MetaCom 2023 : IEEE International Conference on Metaverse Computing, Networking and Applications
  • Nigeria now global supplier of tech. talents- FG
  • 60 African Startups Receive $4 Million Equity-Free Funding From Google
  • Smart cities and urban household carbon emissions: A perspective on smart city development policy in China
  • Individual Consultant -Smart Cities ? Expert - Riyadh
  • The promise and peril of digital urban mobility
  • Electronic Plan Review Can Help Cities Streamline Approval Operations
  • The Growth of Smart Cities
  • Strategic partnership between Amodo & Make IT Easy is creating new values for the mobility space
  • Future Digital Award Winners Announced for Smart Cities & IoT Innovation 2022
  • Nigeria Needs Smart Cities As Urban Population Pushes To 275m By 2050
  • IISc-Bangalore signs MoU with Telangana govt, MoHUA
  • Trilliant Focuses on Grid Modernization and Advanced Metering Infrastructure as Diamond Sponsor at Enlit Asia in Bangkok
  • TSSC and Huawei Partner to Open Centre of Excellence for IoT in Patna
  • EdgePoint and Xperanti Collaborate To Realise Penang’s Smart City Ambition
  • Dentons Smart Cities & Connected Communities Think Tank and Keystone Policy Center: “How to Rebuild Trust”
  • The Evolution of Smart-Cities With AI and Blockchain Technology | HackerNoon
  • International Companies Intend to Invest in AI, Robotics in Saudi Arabia
  • After 2030 Comes 2060
  • Elizabeth Diller, Ron Finley and Hannah Fry to head the keynotes at Smart City Expo 2022 – Smart City Expo World Congress
  • Automatic Facial Recognition – The debate in 2022
  • The geospatial analytics market is projected to grow from USD 67.4 Billion in 2022 to USD 119.9 Billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 12.2%
  • Electricity, Vol. 3, Pages 463-479: Planning Underground Power Distribution Networks to Minimize Negative Visual Impact in Resilient Smart Cities
  • AI Global Summit concludes in Riyadh with over 10,000 participants
  • Protocols for Secure Remote Access to Vehicle Onboard Diagnostic Systems in Smart Cities
  • Urban precipitation downscaling using deep learning: a smart city application over Austin, Texas, USA. (arXiv:2209.06848v1 [])
  • Seoul Robotics Introduces Industry’s Most Accurate Wrong-Way Driving Detection System
  • How Tech And Economic Diversity Enabled Dubai To Be One Of The Wealthiest Cities In The World
  • The State IT Agency’s GovTech Conference 2022
  • Silicon Labs hunts for IoT action with new products launch
  • Securing Our Nation: How the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Delivers on Cyber Resiliency
  • Sustainability, Vol. 14, Pages 11563: Wastewater Treatment with Technical Intervention Inclination towards Smart Cities
  • The video surveillance market is expected to grow from USD 48.7billion in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 76.4billion by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4%

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