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Did you know that, right now, 55% of the world’s total population lives in cities? And that percentage is expected to reach 70% by 2050. That means that urban areas will have no choice but to grow during the next

Over the past century, the world’s population has increasingly moved to live in cities. According to a June 2018 report from McKinsey & Company, cities are now “home to more than half of the world’s population, and they are expected

Connected technology is ushering in a new era of smart cities, which promises to improve the quality of life for billions of people around the world. Smart cities — which are using technology to make urban areas safer, more efficient, and

‘Cybersecuring’ Smart Cities Are the fears of the public sector holding back progress and opportunities for improved quality of life created by smart cities? After more than a decade of exploration, discussion and advancement, the term ‘smart city’ has come to have

Using a pioneering methodology, Bright Cities helps cities from all over the world to become more efficient and smarter. The startup gathers, analyzes and connects data from various sources to trace diagnoses about cities performances of any size and nationality.

Eiffel Tower and the Atomium, color TV and the zipper: a World Expo is about spectacular structures and ingenious inventions. Architecture and innovative technology have never been as closely linked as they’re going to be at Expo 2020 Dubai. More

In 2018, Leading Cities, a global nonprofit for Smart City growth and collaboration, launched AcceliCITY—a global Smart City startup competition that provides potential capital from a network of investors as well as the tools and knowledge of how to do

Half the world lives in cities. By 2050 that figure will rise to 70 percent, boosted by the 2.2 billion more people who will live on the planet at mid-century. Cities generate 80 percent of the global gross domestic product and

Throughout history, regional and municipal governments have used new technologies to improve the lives of their citizens. The aqueducts of Rome brought outside sources of water into the city, enhancing both public and private facilities. The London Underground, the first