Julian Barker, head of smart places at British Land, added: “We see a great opportunity to use technology to unlock more value for our customers, and are pleased to be working with R/GA in delivering a new level of service across our London campuses.”
The conference will explore how technology and data can help solve the social, environmental, planning, transport and economic challenges facing global communities.
Event speakers include the City’s Sustainability Director, Chris Derksema, and Kate Deacon, the City’s Executive Manager of Strategy and Urban Analytics. In partnership with Austrade, the City will take a visiting international delegation on a tour of the new Green Square town centre and library.
Keywords: cyber security; digital infrastructure; resilient cities; innovation districts; public spaces; social equity; tech and data; smart and green buildings; digital transformation
The country now applies radio frequency identification (RFID) in electronic toll collection (ETC) along several expressways.
At the moment, local companies are able to manufacture and assemble monitoring devices for cars, trains, and water vessels. They are also designing intelligent transport systems (ITS) for new expressways. FDI has been essential to bringing about this change in Vietnam and is vital to its continued momentum – both as a source of capital and as a source of critical knowledge.
Keywords: Smart transportation; radio frequency identification (RFID); electronic toll collection; seaport management; infrastructure management; maritime electronic map; automatic identification systems (AIS); Civil aviation safety oversight reporting and tracking database (CASORT); air traffic flow management (ATM); air traffic service message handling system (AMHS); computerised reservation systems; Galileo; Amadeus; SabreSonic