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What Are The Core Development Plans Of The New Smart City...

Until now we have been exploring the smart transformations happening in the major cities of Australia. But...

Transforming our Cities, One Skyscraper at a Time

The more populated our urban areas become, the more pertinent becomes the need to conceive tall buildings that serve diverse social, cultural, psychological and...

How Smart Cities Of Australia Are Employing Their Best Efforts For...

Since the inception of the smart city concept, Australia has employed commendable technology rollouts to provide high-quality life and standard jobs to citizens. The...

Smart Cities On The Path To Develop More Logical Buildings

We have discussed the importance and the role of buildings including skyscrapers a good number of times until now. Buildings are inevitable components...

The New Ingredients of A High-Rise Building

New design approaches, materials and the arrival of advanced technology such as big data, machine learning, robotics, 3D printing and internet of things (IoT)...

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Placemaking

Building Better Neighbourhoods while Gaining a Commercial Edge: Is Placemaking the Answer?

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Today, placemaking is everywhere we look.  We’ve seen the concept emerge as...
Cyber Security

Defensive Operations To Protect The Smart City Resources From Cyber Threats

The Smart City is an urban area that uses technology to source data which is then used...
Can Robot Successfully Replace Humans?

It’s Time That Robots Take Over A Few Jobs In The Retail Industry

Robotics and industrial automation are transforming business practices across a broad range of industries. Dubbed as the...
What Are The Advantages of Autonomous Vehicles?

Meet The All-new Autonomous Public Transport Vehicles – Each With A Different Lesson

Would you give up on your private car to commute through automated public transport? May be yes!...