NB-IoT proof of concept for smart meters in Munich Airport shows promise
The solution aims to increase the possibilities for sensors and combat difficulties in implementing smart metering in the airport.
+CityxChange – towards smart positive energy cities
Blockchain and other digital technologies will be deployed in seven European cities to make them more energy smart.
Member voice – The advent of self-defending smart cities
With fundamental advances in AI technology, smart cities can have their own digital immune systems that fight threats. A blog by Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology at Darktrace Industrial
IoT and the energy ecosystem – key smart utility challenges to consider
We assess key challenges for smart utilities navigating their next steps toward a more connected energy ecosystem.
Technology trends for the energy sector
Artificial intelligence and blockchain are trends among the technology pioneers impacting the energy sector and beyond
Download – Copenhagen building the foundation for multiple smart city applications
Copenhagen has set the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year 2025, and is transforming how it manages energy use, traffic systems and emergency response.
Three game-changing energy projects in New York State
The New York Power Authority is implementing a series of projects that put in practice actionable DER integration. We explore some of their most exciting features.
Download – Smart cities need a smart grid: but what type of smart grid?
This week's featured download comes from NES, presenting a white paper on how smart grids can successfully support smart cities.
Cities of the future: Smart city innovations in San Diego
The state of California has long been a nationwide pioneer in advancements regarding climate change, sustainability, and energy transitions in the United States.
5G – driver of the next generation smart grid
5G could deliver up to 12% saving in energy consumption in UK, O2 report finds.
Can smart cities help improve energy access in India?
India is on a mission to implement 100 smart cities by 2020. Is this an opportunity to increase access to energy and technology for the ever-growing urban population?