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Freedom to move

Freedom to move

🕔16:04, 15.Jan 2015

Sylvain Haon talks to Rina Cutler, Philadelphia’s Deputy Mayor for Transportation, Energy and Utilities about the how the City of Brotherly Love is transforming itself into a smart city, step by step.  Can you tell us a little about your

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The year of living sustainably

The year of living sustainably

🕔14:37, 30.Nov 2014

Only a month to go and Bristol will be Europe’s Green Capital. The city’s bid demonstrated 40 years of environmental efforts with real progress in areas such as food, travel, energy and waste. George Ferguson, the Mayor of Bristol, gives Dagmar

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Japan attracts international interest with world’s largest smart city event and exhibition

Japan attracts international interest with world’s largest smart city event and exhibition

🕔13:17, 15.Aug 2014

The fourth annual Social Innovation/Smart City Week event (Yokohama – October 29 to 31) organised by Nikkei Business Publications (Nikkei BP) is developing into a international resource for problem solving and technology canvassing for Municipal Governments, future oriented companies and the experts

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Mobility on the agenda

Mobility on the agenda

🕔16:17, 26.Jun 2014

Enabling sustainable mobility with alliances at the regional level, by Reha Tözün and Bart Kamp. Never before have cities had so much know-how and so many capable tools at their disposal to develop sustainable mobility systems. The current state of

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Fixing issues in real-time

Fixing issues in real-time

🕔15:50, 26.Jun 2014

Sonja Koesling reports from Northern Italy where a dynamic traffic prediction tool is making the region’s traffic flow impressively smoothly. Covering an area of 25,000 square kilometres, Piedmont is, after Sicily, Italy’s second largest region: its provinces are intersected by

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Tomorrow today

Tomorrow today

🕔15:23, 26.Jun 2014

Networked mobility offers benefits for travelers, mobility providers and cities, as Simone Köhler explains. Demographic change, urbanization and climate change will in future characterize our society, confronting us with global challenges. In relation to the topic of mobility in cities,

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Niche work if you can get it

Niche work if you can get it

🕔15:47, 25.Jun 2014

Alan Williams, Neil Hoose and Andy Graham take a look at business models and products focused at improving mobility, comparing city authorities with automotive providers and suggest that perhaps there is a trend emerging that will have implications for all

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The Finnish article

The Finnish article

🕔15:30, 25.Jun 2014

How can urban growth be brought into sync with the increasing mobility requirements of residents and commuters? The Finnish city of Turku and Siemens Mobility Consulting have been exploring this issue and an initial study shows the positive impacts an intermodal

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Contact high

Contact high

🕔15:05, 25.Jun 2014

Through innovation, Belgian research centre Flanders’ DRIVE wants to play a leading role in the transformation of the vehicle industry in Flanders towards green and smart mobility. It works with companies and other research institutes at application-oriented research and develops

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Capital gains

Capital gains

🕔14:53, 25.Jun 2014

Get smart? We already are. Intelligent cities are open for business with universal transit systems, says Will Judge. Contactless smartcards for public transport ticketing have become part of the normal fabric of life in many large European cities over the

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