Cities of the future: digitally-transformed infrastructure

Building infrastructure can result in a complicated and disjointed project desperately in need of digital technologies to connect all parties

Urbanisation breathing innovative new life into cities

As well as major challenges, growing urbanisation presents big opportunities to build better, sustainable cities for the future, according to the World Economic Forum

Data in the driving seat for city transport systems

Cities around the world suffering gridlock must smarten up by introducing integrated data-driven systems to unblock clogged commuter arteries

MaaS: Changing the way you travel

Integrated and digitised public transport systems have the potential to ease traffic gridlock and cut journey times

Future cities have to get even smarter

Singapore at night

Urbanisation poses immense challenges, but is also an opportunity to create digital super towns and cities, with a wired-up and connected approach to everyday needs and problems. Here are three examples

The city in 2030

smart city 2030

Smart city technologies are already with us, so what will the urban landscape look like in 2030?

What if data privacy wasn’t an issue?

Broken CCTV camera and graffiti

Smart cities run on data to provide and refine services, which enhance the quality of citizens’ lives, but personal privacy may be infringed

What being ‘smart’ means for cities

smart cities illustration

Businesses and the wider community must embrace constant change and lifelong learning to benefit fully from intelligent and responsive digital cities