The rise of smart cities – with billions of smart devices and objects, Internet connectivity and unprecedented amounts of data – brings opportunities and challenges to law enforcement agencies around the world.
Meir Wietchner –
More than a third of the world’s drinking water supply is lost in distribution systems before it even reaches consumers. Here's a responsible and values-driven approach to cut this wastage.
Jessica Cheam –
For the Republic to get there, we will need to find a way to dilute that link between cars and status, and move people's car-owning aspirations towards a larger one that views the bicycle, not as an inferior form of transport but, as the ultimate vehicle of freedom.
Tyrrell Duncan –
Asia has enormous transportation investment needs, but in order to reduce poverty, drive economic growth and improve people's lives, transport projects have to be sustainable, says Asian Development Bank transport sector leader Tyrrell Duncan.
At its heart, a smart city needs smart infrastructure to manage critical services such as power, water and heat, as well as in the automation of the factories and buildings we work in, says ABB managing director for South East Asia, Johan de Villiers.
This white paper released by Solidiance about "Electric Vehicles in China" comprehensively explores the current condition of this industry and explains the possible reasons behind its growth which seems to ...