Thinking Cities Online Version Is Available Now

Thinking Cities Online Version Is Available Now

🕔11:39, 28.Aug 2015

The digital version of Thinking Cities magazine is online now and contains nine extra articles not previously available in the printed version that was produced to coincide with the International Transport Forum in Leipzig. The expanded issue features compelling content

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London ‘most congested city in Europe’

London ‘most congested city in Europe’

🕔14:26, 27.Aug 2015

London is the most congested city in Europe, according to research by the transport information company Inrix. The capital’s drivers spent an average of 96 hours stuck in traffic last year – almost a day longer than the runner-up, Brussels.

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Traffic Tech (Gulf) wins car parking management system installation contract in Doha

Traffic Tech (Gulf) wins car parking management system installation contract in Doha

🕔14:03, 27.Aug 2015

Msheireb Properties, a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation, has awarded Qatar-based Traffic Tech (Gulf) a Car Parking Management System Contract for the prestigious Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD) project. The deal, signed by Eng. Abdulla Hassan Al-Mehshadi, Chief Executive Officer, Msheireb Properties

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Pilot program in Edmonton aims to improve traffic flow and safety

Pilot program in Edmonton aims to improve traffic flow and safety

🕔13:55, 27.Aug 2015

The City of Edmonton is piloting new traffic technology to help drivers get where they need to faster, easier and more safely, with the help of the University of Alberta’s Centre for Smart Transportation. The city is testing an Advisory Driving

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LIVALL launches world’s first smart and safe cycling helmet

LIVALL launches world’s first smart and safe cycling helmet

🕔14:38, 20.Aug 2015

LIVALL announced this week the LIVALL Bling Helmet, the world’s first smart cycling helmet that integrates communications, music, and smart lighting for the ultimate in safe biking. Featuring built-in Hi-Fi Bluetooth speakers and a microphone, the LIVALL Bling Helmet enables cyclists to make and answer phone calls

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Vodafone tests app-based connected vehicle parking system in London

Vodafone tests app-based connected vehicle parking system in London

🕔16:15, 19.Aug 2015

Vodafone has teamed up with Westminster City Council and plumbing firm Pimlico Plumbers to test a connected vehicle parking system in London. Mobile network operator supplier Vodafone has taken to the streets of London to test a car parking system

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Gloucestershire lighting contract will save the county millions

Gloucestershire lighting contract will save the county millions

🕔14:33, 18.Aug 2015

Gloucestershire County Council has awarded Skanska a 12-year contract to reduce the energy consumed by the county’s street lighting. Almost 55,000 standard street lanterns will be replaced with energy-efficient LED lanterns. The upgrade is expected to save £22 million in

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South East Queensland championed as potential ‘smart region’

South East Queensland championed as potential ‘smart region’

🕔14:00, 14.Aug 2015

Intelligent lighting, automated water and power metering could help South East Queensland to become a so-called ‘smart region’ according to a new report released by Cisco. South East Queensland: A Smart Region canvassed the opinions of over 1000 residents. The report

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Battle of the bands

Battle of the bands

🕔12:38, 14.Aug 2015

A free, privately-run school in Berkshire, UK, has come up with an innovative solution to keep track of their 700+ pupils who move between various locations on a daily basis. Thinking Cities’ editor Kevin Borras talks to Sally Eaton, head

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NFC Innovation – A Thinking Cities Interview

NFC Innovation – A Thinking Cities Interview

🕔12:10, 14.Aug 2015

A free, privately-run school in Berkshire, UK, has come up with an innovative solution to keep track of their 700+ pupils who move between various locations on a daily basis. Thinking Cities’ editor Kevin Borras talks to Sally Eaton, head

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