Digitizing Traffic Management for Smart Cities – From Moving Vehicles to Moving People

CleanTech Group

From electric scooters and bikes to ride-hailing and car-sharing, the way humans move around cities is markedly different than it was 100 years. Cleantech Insights Digitization Intelligent Traffic Systems Transportation Mobility Smart Cities

If we want smart cities, we need to double down on rail transit


A robust, rail-centric network should remain the backbone into which other transportation modes, like autonomous shuttles, ride-sharing and scooters, can feed

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BIG presents a sustainable living laboratory town in Japan for Toyota at CES


As part of CES 2020, Bjarke Ingels Group has unveiled exciting designs for its first project in Japan — the Toyota Woven City, a sustainable “living laboratory” at the foothills of Mt. Located at a 175-acre former factory site in the city of Susono in Shizuoka, Toyota Woven City will provide a testing grounds for a futuristic smart city powered by Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell technology.

We must act smarter to solve air pollution crisis

Envirotec Magazine

Local authorities need to act urgently and use smart technology to address the air pollution crisis that is currently facing our towns and cities, says Marc Ottolini, CEO of air quality monitoring and management expert AirLabs. Smart cities need smart technology.