Social value, procurement and a smart city vision

“Smart cities are cities that utilise the Internet and Digital Technology to enhance the quality of life, performance of services and reduce costs by optimising energy consumption. The focus is on creating a framework with good connectivity and access to real time information for setting up an efficient management system that establishes a relationship between

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Climbing the ranks in automation

The top three countries that are leaders in manufacturing have remained fairly similar over the last few decades. The US, China and Germany have continued evolving to export a large amount of products to the world. To remain high in the ranks, these countries have adopted automation, optimised their manufacturing processes and advanced production processes.

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The bustling growth of IoT-connected smart cities

Technology is growing beyond our palm-held smartphones. It is now sizing up to empower cities and nations to become true global powers.

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GCI 2016 survey shows winners and losers as economies digitise to profit from broadband, IoT, cloud and big data

The US, Singapore and Sweden lead the way in digitising their economies. So says Huawei’s newly released 2016 Global Connectivity Index (GCI).

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UK’s first digital platform that uses satellites to identify community energy opportunities

Introduction CASE STUDY: Cities are centres for most of the economic activities creating approximately 80% of any country’s GDP, says Prajakt Deotale of Tech Mahindra Ltd. Cities’ activities can affect an area up to 300 times their own size – hence, the creation of sustainable, smarter cities is seen as a priority for most governments in

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Aeris appoints Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar as president of India Operations

Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies provider, Aeris announced its expansion into India and the appointment of Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar as the president of Operations for Aeris India. The appointment took effect in February 2016.

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Driving unconventional growth through the industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a major trend with significant implications for the global economy. It spans industries representing 62 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) among G20 nations, according to Oxford Economics, including manufacturing, mining, agriculture, oil and gas, and utilities.

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