Microsoft technology is realising the smart city (r)evolution

Microsoft technology is realising the smart city (r)evolution
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 04 May 2020

Intelligent tools like the internet of things and artificial intelligence are delivering governmental and public sector services that, until recently, could only be dreamed of

Intelligent tools like IoT and AI are delivering ultra-modern governmental and public sector services 


Microsoft announces new Azure features at Smart City Expo 2019

Microsoft announces new Azure features at Smart City Expo 2019
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 20 November 2019

Firm is using the cloud to improve urban mobility, water quality and share real-time weather info

Be-Mobile uses Microsoft Azure to build route planner for Antwerp

Be-Mobile uses Microsoft Azure to build route planner for Antwerp
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 04 September 2019

‘Smart Ways to Antwerp’ helps keep the city accessible and clean through eco-friendly means

How Microsoft is creating more liveable cities

How Microsoft is creating more liveable cities
By Richard Humphreys | 10 June 2019

The Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona in November 2018 welcomed over 21,000 visitors from over 700 cities in 146 countries. Here we speak to some of the partners who exhibited at the event to find out how they are working with Microsoft to empower cities to unlock their potential

Some of the firm’s partners explain how they are helping cities to unlock their potential

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi launches Alliance Intelligent Cloud on Azure

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi launches Alliance Intelligent Cloud on Azure
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 20 March 2019

The platform will deliver connected services in vehicles using Microsoft's AI and IoT technologies

PayiQ and SkedGo partner for public transport ticketing solutions

PayiQ and SkedGo partner for public transport ticketing solutions
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 13 November 2018

The alliance will provide smart cities with a new generation of ‘mobility as a service’ solutions

Global spending on connected vehicles will hit US$29.6 billion in 2017

Global spending on connected vehicles will hit US$29.6 billion in 2017
By Rebecca Gibson | 19 August 2016

IDC study also shows government spending on intelligent transport systems will reach US$16.5 billion

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