Smart Cities

Americans rely on all manners of connections to live, from doing business across the country to building social support systems digitally. More and more, our well-being depends on our ability to plug into a network of websites, transit corridors, and

Water is the most essential need for all humans, and yet, with only 1% of the world’s water available for drinking, we are all inadvertently contaminating our waters with organic pollutants every day, threatening both the sustainability and resiliency of

Businesses and governments have realized the tremendous potential of smart cities as organizations proceed to explore the various applications of IoT and interconnected responsive networks. Until recently, city authorities considered smart technologies mainly as tools for improved efficiency in the

With CO2 emissions and road fatalities on the rise, the need for sustainable mobility solutions is now more than ever. Currently, the CO2 emissions in the transport sector are about 30% in the case of developed countries and about 23%

As the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January sparked a new wave of autonomous vehicles (AVs) coming to the automotive market in the next few years, much focus as of late has been on the technology of these vehicles themselves.

QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge Opens Applications April 1-30th Boston, MA, April 4, 2022 - Leading Cities is pleased to announce the launch of the 2022 QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge in partnership with QBE North America for the fourth consecutive year. The

This week, we had a chance, thanks to Siemens, to visit for the second time the Expo2020 site, one of the most connected expos so far, where technology goes hand in hand with sustainability, innovation, and human well-being. As you

For all the pain that 2020 brought on societies and economies around the world, it also brought some positives. Chief among them was the increased awareness for all of us to prioritize climate change and net-zero sustainability efforts. In their ‘next

Transportation now accounts for nearly one-fourth of all global emissions, posing a considerable challenge as governments and businesses look to promote greater sustainability in the battle to combat climate change. Breaking this down further, 45% of transportation emissions come from passenger