The future is coming. Rapidly! I don’t know if the flying cars we used to see in
sci-fi movies years ago will become a part of our lives, but there are dazzling developments. At a time when we are talking about autonomous vehicles, energy efficiency entered the cities’ agenda, and investments in this field continue without

The Foxconn Technology Group will offer $1 million in cash and in-kind prizes for a new smart city design competition announced Thursday, according to the Milwaukee Business Journal and other media outlets. University students in Wisconsin will compete in the “Smart City, Smart Future” program, which aims to find ways to use technology to improve people’s quality

Better workplaces, better living and better travel are among the goals of the Smart City, Smart Future initiative that Foxconn Technology Group and its higher-education partners announced Thursday morning at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Foxconn is committing $1 million over the next three years to this initiative, which will start this fall with the goal

Foxconn Technology Group dedicated $1 million to a three-year program for Wisconsin’s university students to help design forward-looking, futuristic places to live and work. The “Smart City, Smart Future” program is wide reaching, involving designs for workplaces, houses, transportation and communication systems. There will be competitions, and Foxconn will make available cash prizes, scholarships and funding

Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) announced a “Smart City, Smart Future” initiative in which the company will partner with higher education institutions statewide to seek out the best new ideas for the development of smart connected cities and systems throughout Wisconsin. Foxconn is committing $1 million over the next three years to this initiative, with the

Foxconn Technology Group has announced a $1 million “Smart City, Smart Future” competition to encourage innovative ideas from higher education students and faculty around the state of Wisconsin. Foxconn’s Director of U.S. Strategic Initiatives Alan Yeung announced the effort Thursday morning at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and was joined by leaders of UW-Parkside, Marquette University, Gateway

Foxconn Technology Group announced Thursday it will invest over $1 million in a three-year competition among the state’s public and private universities for the best ideas to develop “smart” cities and systems throughout Wisconsin. Foxconn, which plans to build a $10 billion manufacturing complex in Racine County, has expressed interest in encouraging initiatives — smart cities, self-driving vehicles — that hold potential

Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) today announced a “Smart City, Smart Future” initiative in which the company will partner with higher education institutions statewide to seek out the best new ideas for the development of smart connected cities and systems throughout Wisconsin. Foxconn is committing $1 million over the next three years to this initiative, with

Foxconn Technology Group on Thursday will announce plans for a competition aimed at encouraging research into connected cities and systems as part of a partnership with a number of higher education institutions. Foxconn chairman Terry Gou gestures to a demonstration of his company’s technology. The “Smart Cities, Smart Future” initiative will be announced at the

Technology Transformation The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the technology landscape, revolutionizing every facet of life. Smart devices collect data on the number of steps we walk, helping people live healthier lives or adjust the temperature in a home to conserve energy. Sensor technology is a key component, increasing the capabilities of smart devices

The digital revolution is not only here, it is accelerating every day. Advances in automation, the digitisation of information, unprecedented access to data and the democratisation of knowledge are transforming every sector of our economy – from healthcare to transportation to energy and beyond. The scope, scale, and ubiquity of these disruptions is truly unprecedented.

CNBC: What is a smart city?

CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi looks at three cities infusing technology into every part of its operations. Click here to watch the video.

As millions of people move into cities every week, this puts a huge strain on space, city resources, energy requirements, and infrastructure cost. Cities are being forced to evolve to meet this increased demand, or collapse under the pressure. This is leading to an increase in the number of Smart City projects — smart grids, networked LED

As demonstrated in a new report, the rapid and pervasive development of digital technologies, along with an understanding of circular economy principles, will drastically change life for the average urban citizen much sooner than we think. The circular economy is a concept by which materials and products are kept at their highest possible value at all

Many cities around the world are seeking to become a smart city, using networked, digital technologies and urban big data to tackle a range of issues, such as improving governance and service delivery, creating more resilient critical infrastructure, growing the local economy, becoming more sustainable, producing better mobility, gaining transparency and accountability, enhancing quality of

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