The "political dimension" of the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart cities is now becoming increasingly apparent as city authorities and citizens are forced to wake up to the social changes that connected technology brings. That
How would we build our buildings today if we knew the technological developments of the future? While this might just be a wish for most in the smart building sector, London headquartered engineering firm Arup is taking the questio
Rolls Royce no longer sells engines for aircrafts; it sells flying time. In the automotive industry, many manufacturers are developing Mobility as a Service (MaaS) by way of various car-sharing applications. For many years Software
Is Power-Line Communication (PLC) Technology a Viable Alternative to Wireless for Lighting Controls?
A recent visit to Arup’s exhibition “Lighting in the Urban Age” reveals an interesting collaboration between Arup, Echelon and Xicato; which uses PLC to control lighting and not wireless, a route others like Enlighted & Harva