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OSISoft's CEO explains how an innovative public-private partnership with the city of San Leandro, Calif., can bring hi-tech and economic revitalization to cities.
Crossing the street can be dangerous for a child -- at least, until she comes up with a better way.
There are 4.5 parking spaces for every vehicle, but it's still hard to find spots. What technology will change that?
A new report on the buildings of the future includes vertical farms and robots.
Rather than revoke employees’ rights to cloud commuting, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer should allow them to cowork instead.
The mayor's sustainability efforts, along with EEB Hub, are creating a more resilient and competitive building stock.
The country has been actively supporting projects in four cities since 2010.
Minneapolis is the latest U.S. city to require energy reporting to encourage efficiency improvements.
Oregon and Colorado are two states investing in this approach. Here's the case for more.
Truly autonomous vehicles, equipped with sensors and networked technologies, could have big implications for traffic congestion, fuel economy, parking and much more.
Riggs Kubiak, CEO of Honest Buildings, sees a massive opportunity to connect buildings owners through a hyper-connected network to make for sustainable cities.
Where electric vehicles are charged -- at home, at the workplace or in public -- plays a debatable role in the push to drive EV adoption.
A project to unleash city agency data has sparked the creation of dozens of new apps, from maps to discover green spaces to sensors tracking bike and pedestrian traffic
Here's a practical and near-term idea designed to drive larger quantities of capital towards renewable energy.
Networked charging stations will help electric vehicles roam across the continent.
The German automaker's long view of sustainability includes integrating renewable energy into production facilities and tapping vehicle-to-grid technologies.
Arup futurist Chris Luebkeman leads an interactive experience where attendees collaborate to understand sustainability challenges to business and the world.
At the company's North Carolina data center, 60 percent of energy will be produced by its own renewable sources.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh presents a keynote presentation on his company's plans to transform downtown Las Vegas into the "most community-focused large city in the world."
To secure funding, project planners need to consider the social, economic and environmental benefits of their structures.