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How to outsmart the smart city

With the release of IBM's The Dangers of Smart City Hacking White Paper, IBM X-Force Red's Research Director Daniel Cowley provides a fascinating insight into a topic that is becoming...

Georgia School Zones Made Safer with IoT

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) installs technology from Applied Information to improve road safety in school zones across the state with the company’s smart beacon product, powered by AT&T...

“What Time Is My Bus To The Moon?”

Pioneering concepts and ideas for the future of mobility and logistics will be presented and discussed at Hypermotion from 20 to 22 November 2018 in Frankfurt. The event – a...

Simulation: An Immense Achievement

Thinking Cities' Technology Editor Darren Price travelled to Milton Keynes in the UK's South Midlands to meet Dr Robin North, CEO and Lead Technologist of Immense Simulations. ImSim specialise in...

UK CAV Competitions: Deadline Approaching

On the 8 August, KTN, CCAV, Innovate UK and Meridian will be hosting a consortium building event in order to help those that are interested in applying for one of...

Ricardo Sets Strategy to Facilitate MaaS Innovation

Ricardo has a well-established and enviable reputation in the design and engineering of connected, automated and electrified vehicles, from mass market hybridization and battery electric vehicle development to state-of-the-art automation...

The Road To Zero Could Be A Bumpy Ride…

As the UK government unveils its Road to Zero plan to reduce emissions and improve the countries Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure, a new survey from Venson Automotive Solutions reveals that...