Data Privacy

Security

Megvii Announces $935M IPO as China’s AI Dragons Prepare to Fly

September 16th, 2021
Smart Buildings

Are Data Privacy Laws Good or Bad for the Smart Buildings Market?

September 7th, 2021
Smart Buildings

The Apps Behind the Post-COVID Workplace

“The workplace management industry is in the early stages of fundamental change, where companies need new ways to deliver an environment that the modern workforce demands. Over the last two years, the market for workplace experience platforms has evolved and accelerated in large part due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” states our latest report – The […]

Smart Cities

The Post-COVID Urban Agenda: Cities Should Be Smart but MUST Be Fair

Some of the most symbolic images of the past year have been of empty city centers. Deserted images Times Square, Covent Garden, Champs-Élysées, and Shibuya commercial district would have been impossible to capture before the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders that COVID-19 brought about. Our cities have felt the greatest impact of the pandemic and this […]

Security

COVID-19 Blurs the Line Between Workplace Safety & Employee Monitoring

Over the last decade, tracking, monitoring, and surveillance technology have advanced significantly to help us quantify and understand human behavior in buildings and cities. Enabled by artificial intelligence (AI), streams of camera footage can be analyzed to identify accidents or security breaches, for example. While several attempts have been made to bring this technology into […]

Security

Progress Vs Privacy – A Tale of Smart City Development in China

The underlying premise of smart technology is that with enough data you can predict anything. Our smart buildings and cities are filled with sensors to gather as much information as possible in order to provide analysis that can fix problems, improve environments, and even avoid issues before they happen. The only real debate around this […]

Smart Cities

Can Rapid Testing Offer Hope of a Widespread Return to the Office?

This article was written by Owen Kell, Senior IoT Research Associate at Memoori. While much of Europe has returned to some form of lockdown, and COVID-19 cases continue to rise in North America, the calls for a widespread return to traditional workplaces will continue, particularly for activities that cannot be effectively delivered remotely. While health […]

Smart Buildings

Dumb Buildings are the Real Losers in a post-COVID World

COVID-19 is one of the most disruptive events human society has experienced in the last 75 years. Beyond the struggles of 2020, this harsh reminder of the biological threats we face will go on to reshape the way we live for years to come. At the center of this debate is commercial real estate (CRE) […]

Smart Cities

The Pandemic Needs a Vaccine, but the Infodemic Needs a Cybersecurity Revolution

“We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) during a gathering of foreign policy and security experts in Munich, Germany, in February, referring to fake news and opportunistic cyber attacks that “spreads faster and more easily than this virus,” he said. COVID-19, […]

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