The UN Sustainable Development goals (SDGs) aim to vastly improve outcomes in poverty reduction, healthcare, climate action and urbanization by 2030. One of the SDGs specifically addresses cities: Goal 11 is to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient
Say what? That’s right. Through our collaboration with Dr. Alessio Antonini at MK Insight, of Knowledge Media Institute (KMI) at The Open University, we’ve been exploring how to go beyond ‘data for the sake of data’, and run smart city projects
Citibeats in action. Success story. Natural Disaster Relief. The new way to reduce disaster impact. @thecitibeats #AI maps not just citizens’ locations but their changing needs during natural disasters. Natural disasters take lives and devastate communities. From 2004-2013, almost two billion people
Citibeats' #Barcelona case study on city mobility According to the Fraunhofer Center for Smart Cities, “the public transportation system is the lifeline of a smart city”. More and more, as cities implement congestion charges or other deterrents towards driving, and their
Los Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) de las Naciones Unidas (UN) -en castellano Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) u Objetivos Mundiales- son una llamada universal a la adopción de medidas para poner fin a la pobreza, proteger el planeta y garantizar
This year's Mobile World Congress is around the corner and we will be there to tell you how artificial intelligence is helping public and private institutions worldwide to improve society and create more resilient cities. From February 26th to
How AI technology helps track citizens’ needs and improve cities’ disaster relief. The number of natural disasters experienced worldwide keeps rising each year, according to The Economist. We’ve improved our emergency response: far less people die from natural disasters than in the past.