On November 16th and 17th, The Atlantic hosted the fourth-annual Green Intelligence Forum: Creating the Sustainable City of the Future. The forum brought together the world’s leading authorities on energy and the environment for two days of dynamic conversation on the issues at the forefront of sustainable thought.
Archive for 2011
State of Green, the official green brand for Denmark, presents Danish smart cities and the profiles, solutions and products that are contributing to ensuring that the urban development projects are carried out in a smart manner.
Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Innovators program recognizes the 100 most innovative companies in the world, according to a series of patent-related metrics that get to the essence of what it means to be truly innovative.
Smart Santander is a large experimental facility in the city of Santander in northern Spain funded from the Future Internet Research (FIRE) of FP7-ICT. Santander is developing a network of 12,000 sensors and devices embedded into the physical space of the city.
A group of presentations from Slideshare offering an overview of potential smart city applications that can developed over the semantic web: Web Evolution; Semantic Web Landscape; Web 3.0: The semantic web; From the Semantic Web to the Web of Data; Semantic Web and Content Strategy.
Forrester’s Brian Hopkins has identified 10 tech trends that enterprise architects (EA) should be watching through 2014. The report, “The Top 10 Technology Trends EA Should Watch: 2012 To 2014”, identifies trends that are expected to have a strong impact on IT over the next few years.
Videos from sections of International Telecommunication Union’s “Telecom World 2011” conference have been published. Topics include Future Internet, Digital Cities, Open Data, Broadband, Cloud Computing, Social Networks, Green ICT, etc.