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  • [New] The next few years will be marked by further popularization of solutions that allow cities to become real Smart Cities. Concise Software
  • Going forward, Fujitsu says it plans to promote efforts toward realising smart cities with mobility as a point of departure, leveraging a variety of vehicular and traffic data collected in areas such as autonomous driving and logistics. Internet of Things News
  • Emergence of smart cities and industrial internet of things (IIoT) technology, especially in East Asia will continue to augment market growth. Yahoo Finance
  • The global smart cities market held a market value of USD 114,901.8 Million in 2020 and is forecasted to reach USD 670,424.1 Million by the year 2030. Yahoo Finance
  • With projects like Safe City and Smart City, as well as the construction of a data center and Huawei's regional innovation center, the total value of Serbia's cooperation with China could be significantly larger. War on the Rocks
  • Housing infrastructure development and smart city projects in India and China are expected to drive the demand for smart lighting, safety and security, smart HVAC controls, smart locks, and energy monitoring. Yahoo Finance
  • Companies Say IoT Growth is Critical to Their Business - Market value of smart city initiatives incorporating IoT and AI is expected to surpass $2 trillion by 2025, with the top 600 smart cities accounting for 60% of global GDP. International Telecommunications Union
  • Cat M1 will enable applications across different industries and areas such as smart homes, industrial monitoring, asset tracking, healthcare, retail, smart cities, and wearables. Embedded.com
  • Autodesk, another THNQ index member, made an interesting acquisition early in the year with its one billion acquisition of Innovyze, representing a massive opportunity for smart water infrastructure modeling and AI simulation for smart cities. ROBO Global,
  • Accounting for about half a million dollars, India is planning to build over 100 smart cities by 2022, which is expected to impact almost 1 billion. Mordor Intelligence
  • Verizon Connect explains that the term smart city is not new, but the world might be on the cusp of seeing the first real smart cities rather than cities with smart elements. bluesyemre
  • The City of Pearl in the New Manila Bay, the biggest BRI project in the country and smart city initiative in the world, will be self-sufficient on renewable energy, running on smart mobility and grid technologies in the next thirty years. the-year-ahead-focus-remains-on-the-pandemic-and-economic-recovery
  • By 2024, spending by smart cities and communities will reach $203 billion with focus on areas like public safety, civic engagement and smart city platforms. Hexagon AB
  • AT&T and JBG SMITH are partnering to build a smart city with 5G network infrastructure deployments by 2022 in the city of National Landing. Semiconductor Engineering
  • Saudi Arabia is planning to build a smart city called NEOM by 2030. Embedded Computing Design
  • The global smart cities engineering and construction (E & C) services market held a market value of USD 106.64 Billion in 2020 and is forecasted to reach USD 453.07 Billion by the year 2030. Yahoo Sport
  • Lack of infrastructure development in various countries of the Middle East & Africa and Latin America, coupled with high price point associated with replacement of existing infrastructure with smart infrastructure, will remain thee key factors limiting the growth of smart cities market. Industry Today
  • There has been increasing attention paid to the risks posed by the global spread of surveillance systems and smart cities technologies built by Chinese firms using Chinese components. Global Americans
  • Implementation of smart city projects in India and China is expected increase demand for home automation systems. Yahoo Finance
  • Hyundai will operate a RoboShuttle service in Sejong Smart City in South Korea starting in August, along a 6.1-kilometer route. Autoweek
  • The disruptions of the past year or so have highlighted how important smart cities can be, using technology, data and innovation to deliver solutions to social, environmental and economic challenges. Orange Business Services

Last updated: 24 October 2021


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