On the stylish and youthful streets of Barcelona, carmakers, tech giants, telecom companies and start-ups are creating an inspiring new vision of transportation for the 21st century city.
As the acknowledged real estate capital of the Middle East, Dubai has long understood the importance of transparency, openness and efficiency to ensure the smooth running of its property market.
In Dubai, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has installed Smart Pedestrian Signals in 15 busy locations across the city.
"Smart grids are the necessary support to the rise of renewable energy and the emergence of consumers who generate their own electricity." Livio Gallo, Head of Global Infrastructure and Networks, Enel
From the smartphone in a commuter’s pocket to the data center at a bank, business or government office, information and communications technology has become the engine room of contemporary urban life.
Rising from the desert just 40 kilometers southwest of Riyadh, in Saudi Arabia, an entirely new destination is set to change the face of life and leisure in the kingdom forever.
"If you look at Riyadh alone, over seven million people call it home, rising to 10 million in the coming years." Michael Reininger, CEO, Qiddiya
Earlier this year, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) inaugurated a Digital Command Center that uses AI to monitor and manage the company’s ever-expanding...
In a not-too-distant future, ordinary consumers will even be able to sell the power stored by batteries in their parked electric cars back into the network.
Buzz speaks to Fahd-Al Rasheed, former Group CEO and Managing Director of Emaar the Economic City (EEC), leading the development of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC)—the world’s first publicly-listed city.