The UN’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has published the results of its ‘United for Smart Sustainable Cities’ initiative (U4SSC) which highlights Moscow’s efforts in digitally transforming the city, according to the Moscow Department of IT.
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The Moscow Department of information technology (DIT) has announced that it will hold a series of lectures and master classes, led by industry experts, pertaining to smart cities for IT students across the capital.
The E-Home crowdsourcing initiative, which calls on citizens to make suggestions on how apartment living can be managed by residents by means of digital technologies, is implementing three hundred and forty-two ideas across Moscow based on citizens’ recommendations received.
Analytical agency 2thinknow has published its Innovation Cities Index 2019. The list is topped by New York, which has picked up three points to push last year’s leaders – Tokyo and London – down one place each.
Hitachi has envisioned how train stations of the future could transform passenger experience with the concept of deploying robots enabled by Artificial Intelligence. The robots would guide passengers to their train and offer real-time information on departures and arrivals. Hitachi unveiled the concept in the UK following its trial elsewhere across the globe.
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