Smart Cities and Spaces Quarterly Update 1Q 2019

Cities are getting smarter, and the benefits of Smart Cities are many: cost savings for city governments, citizens and enterprises, increased local economic development, improved safety and livability for communities, as well as the significant positive environmental impact.

This report provides an overview and update of existing smart cities, identifies the deployment challenges cities are facing to become smart or smarter, and offers recommendations to technology suppliers and governments for a smooth transition.  Key competitor activities and disruptive threats are also addressed.

Table of Contents

  • Smart Cities Quarterly Update, 1Q 2019: Main Trends
  • Key Ecosystem Activity and Suggested Reading
  • Examples of Resilience Projects and Initiatives 
  • 100 Resilient Cities (100RC)
  • City Risk Ranking: Lloyd’s City Risk Index 
  • Smart City Resilience Spending Forecast
  • World Health Organization: Air Pollution and Health 
  • Wearable Air Quality Sensors for Consumers
  • Case Study: Breathe London
  • Vendor Profile: Nokia
  • Vendor Profile: Nokia, Sensing-as-a-Service Platform
  • Vendor Profile: Bosch
  • Vendor Profile: Siemens 
  • Forecasts: Installed Base Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring Stations by Region
  • Smart City Issues and Challenges
  • Disruptive Threats
  • Recommendations for Smart City Technology Suppliers
  • Recommendations for Smart City Governments
 
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Research Information

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Publish Date
2Q 2019
Code
PT-2266
Research Type
Quarterly Update Report
Pages
22