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How 5G is Set to Transform the Supply Chain

The world has long been waiting for the 5G mobile broadband network. As consumers clamor for better...

Seven Open Data Projects Encouraging Active Community Engagement

Data is believed to be the lifeblood of smart cities. But open data is something more than...

The Rising Importance Of Fintech Innovation In The New Age

The rise of fintech has opened an array of opportunities for smart cities to develop and thrive. Its...
IOT

Smart Cities: How IoT will Improve Our Lives

We live in a time when we witness technological advancements progress rapidly. Ever since the start of...

Increasing Challenges And Solutions In The World Of IoT Cybersecurity

Smart cities essentially depend on a complex network of IoT. As smart city space is expanding, so...

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Sustainable Smart City Street Landscape To Combat Climate Crisis

Greenery On Road: How Smart Cities Are Redesigning Street Landscape?

Until recently, fighting climate change had been the biggest goal of smart cities. Some cities showed visible...
5G

How 5G is Set to Transform the Supply Chain

The world has long been waiting for the 5G mobile broadband network. As consumers clamor for better...
7 Open Data Projects Enhancing Community Engagement

Seven Open Data Projects Encouraging Active Community Engagement

Data is believed to be the lifeblood of smart cities. But open data is something more than...
Net City Emerging As A Pioneering Cornerstone In Smart City Development

How Tencent Is Redefining Smart City Construction With Net City?

Recently, the much-talked Quayside project of Sidewalk Labs in Toronto was shut down. The project became “too...