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Transforming Melaka into Smart Cities with Philips CityTouch

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Welcome to connected lighting CityTouch goes way beyond illumination: Flood streets and public spaces with energy-efficient, high-quality light Connec
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Austin City Council considers expanding video conferencing for public comment

From kxan.com

“This will save residents from the hassle of driving downtown, find parking, give their Citizen Communication, then have to fight traffic on…
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Open Hack: Turn IoT dreams into business reality in 48 hours

From inform.tmforum.org

In our new Insights Research report, The roadmap of options: Monetizing and managing IoE services, analyst Phil Bull writes, “The Internet of Everything (IoE) has almost limitless potential to impr…
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Public asked to weigh in on Public Safety Building redevelopment

From winnipeg.ctvnews.ca

The City of Winnipeg is asking the public for help in deciding what should replace the Public Safety Building.
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Tomorrow's cities: What it feels like to fly a jetpack 

From www.bbc.co.uk

How will we get to work in the future, and what is being done now to ease congestion in our cities?
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Monetizing Strategies for Smart Cities

From connectedworld.com

Is your city smart? There seems to be many ways to determine if a city is smart. However, as I see it, a smart city is truly compelling when citizens experience a sharp reduction in crime rates, a decline in energy consumption, a decrease in traffic congestion, and an overall improvement in water usage. In
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Young innovators in MENA, US pitch ‘civic tech’ ideas to improve their communities

From www.ndi.org

Their ideas include an online platform to combat misinformation during Middle East and North Africa election campaigns, an app to support Arabic-speaking victims of domestic violence in the United States, and a blockchain-based system to protect property ownership rights in Libya.
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Knight Cities Challenge Names 2017 Finalists

From www.archdaily.com

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced the names of the 144 finalists in the 2017 edition of the Knight Cities Challenge
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