How can technology help cities grow revenue, improve quality of life, and attract more investors? A new report explores the many benefits — and potential missteps — that city leaders face when they implement the latest digital advancements.
Citing an infrastructure project that rendered all of New York city as a Wi-Fi hotspot, the World Economic Forum says public-private partnerships are key to implementing the United Nations’ goals to improve life in cities around the world.
Industrial size food composters, robot cleaners and Internet of Things solutions to keep track of visitorship and maximise manpower use – newly launched integrated community centre, Our Tampines Hub, is a beast in the east of sustainability.
The Harnessing Public-Private Cooperation to Deliver the New Urban Agenda report emphasises that the future of cities largely depends on the way urbanisation is managed and public-private collaboration is leveraged ...