Content to: Urbanity

Will the buses of the future be driverless?

Could we soon be living in a time when buses drive themselves? Autonomous, on-demand shuttle projects are connecting cutting-edge technology with local transportation needs.

Meet Trufi: The People Tackling Public Transport Dead Zones

Public transport is one of the most sustainable ways of getting from A to B. But how practical is taking public transport if you have no reliable way of determining a route, whether because of infrastructure or disability? Trufi, a German NGO is developing global solutions through digitisation.

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UrbanTide: Digital Tools for Tackling the Crises of Expanding Urbanisation

To remedy urban issues, such as fuel poverty and transport carbon emissions, data is needed. UrbanTide hopes to provide this to local councils and organisations in an easy to use AI package.

Radio Wave Power: New Technology Generates Power from Radio Frequencies

Could invisible radio frequencies be the future of the smart city Internet of Things revolution?

How Can the Mobility Transition Gain Momentum?

The transport sector is still responsible for enormous CO2 emissions. A mobility turnaround is urgently needed. But what are the essential steps and what role does digitalisation play in this?

Digital twins: Are Smart Images a Key in the Circular Economy?

An image of reality in real time: AI-based digital twins can make recycling more user-friendly for companies - and thus pave the way toward a complete circular economy.

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RESET Interviews: How to Make Sustainable Digitisation a Reality

What the experts saying about digitisation and sustainability? RESET asked them to find out.

New Mineralisation Process Claims to Make Cement Cleaner and More Profitable at the Same Time

Cement is often the lifeblood or urbanisation, but it comes at a huge environmental cost. New research hopes to incentivise cleaner technologies by making cement more profitable.

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Reallabor Pfaff – Climate Neutrality Begins with Intelligently Networked Neighbourhoods

Solar power, heat pumps and waste heat - renewable energies are readily available. The former Pfaff factory site is being used to test what the climate-neutral neighbourhood of the future will look like.