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Is E-voting The Promising Change Against Electoral Fraud?

In smart city space, where security has become the biggest concern for the government and citizens, digital...

The Expansion Plans For Heathrow Airport: Who Wins?

If we keep expanding the urban footprint and compensate it with the green footprint, we are not...

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...

What Should Be The Criteria For A Fully Accessible Smart City?...

Smart cities are failing to satisfy the basic public needs of the disabled - say 60% of...

Cashless Society – Not Good For Everyone

Smart cities are a set up of technology and innovation brought together to address the real-world challenges...

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What Are The Ways To Improve Natural Disaster Resilience?

Natural Disaster Protocol – How Can Smart Cities Activate Response Before Its Too Late?

Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 storm that ravaged Texas in August 2017 resulted in $125 billion damage,...
Will The Climate-awareness Spur The Real Change?

Climate Emergency Is Spreading Like Wildfire – Thanks To Citizens & Cities

New research on climate change from Crowther Lab, Zurich discovers that 77% of cities are extremely likely...
Are Smart Cities Unknowingly Turning Into Surveillance Systems?

Smart City Technology Watching Over From The Hidden Is Still A Privacy Concern

When the concept of smart cities was born, citizens around the world wouldn’t have thought about the...
What Measures Are Taken To Improve Aftermath of Earthquake?

Smart Cities After Earthquake – Improving Resiliency & Resistance

Between 1994 and 2013, roughly half a million people around the globe died due to earthquakes while...