MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
The MIT Center for Civic Media works hand in hand with diverse communities to collaboratively create, design, deploy, and assess civic media tools and practices. We are inventors of new technologies that support and foster civic media and political action, we are a hub for the study of these technologies, and we coordinate community-based design processes locally in the Boston area, across the United States, and around the world.
community  media  mit  urbanscienceconvening 
9 weeks ago
The Enfield Experiment | Cities | The Guardian
The Enfield Experiment focuses on the fortunes of the London Borough of Enfield, home to some of the wealthiest parts of England – but also some of its most broken, where manufacturing has gone, to be replaced with deprivation. The local council is trying a series of big and risky manoeuvres to bring back industry and create jobs – but will it work? How will businesses respond? Are council staff up to their immense new task? The Guardian will track their progress over the next couple of years, in the paper, on the web and in films. The project is led by the Guardian's senior economics commentator, Aditya Chakrabortty
enfield  L3  cities  icricities 
9 weeks ago
A Rich Seam How New Pedagogies Find Deep Learning
This report is about three new forces that are converging to break open prodigious learning
possibilities. The first force, ‘new pedagogies’, springs from the new learning partnerships that
emerge between and among students and teachers when digital tools and resources become
pervasive. The second, ‘new change leadership’, merges top-down, bottom-up and sideways
energies to generate change that is faster and easier than anything seen in past efforts at
reform. The third, ‘new system economics’, makes the powerful learning tools and resources
that accelerate the first two forces more affordable for all. These forces are nascent, but we
see them expanding rapidly – together acting as a form of positive contagion that becomes
unstoppable given the right conditions.
distance  nesta  digital  ict  schools  pearson  economics 
10 weeks ago
Home - Pearson Efficacy
Learning is a life-changing opportunity - and a great education should have a measurable, proven impact on learners’ lives. That’s what Pearson’s efficacy programme and tools are all about.
distance  nesta  digital  ict  schools  pearson  measures 
10 weeks ago
Alive in the Swamp: assessing digital innovations in education | Nesta
This report is a practical tool for navigating digital innovations in education, and suggests where more innovation effort is needed.
Key Findings:
We should seek digital innovations that produce at least twice the learning outcome for half the cost of our current tools
To achieve this, three forces need to come together: technology, pedagogy, change knowledge or how to secure transformation across an entire school system.
distance  nesta  digital  ict  schools 
10 weeks ago
Decoding Learning | Nesta
Our Decoding Learning report looks at the impact of digital technology in the classroom.
Key findings
Schools spent £487 million on ICT equipment and services in 2009-2010. But this investment has not yet resulted in radical improvements to learning experiences or attainment.
No technology has an impact on learning on its own right; impact depends on how it is used. 
Rather than categorising innovations by the type of technology used (eg, do games help learning?), it’s more useful to think about the types of learning activities we know to be effective, such as practising key skills, and exploring how tech can support these activities.
We identify eight learning themes that show significant promise of impact when combined with digital technology.
distance  nesta  digital  ict  schools 
10 weeks ago
Home - schema.org
This site provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages. Many sites are generated from structured data, which is often stored in databases. When this data is formatted into HTML, it becomes very difficult to recover the original structured data. Many applications, especially search engines, can benefit greatly from direct access to this structured data. On-page markup enables search engines to understand the information on web pages and provide richer search results in order to make it easier for users to find relevant information on the web. Markup can also enable new tools and applications that make use of the structure.
distance_interop  interoperability  html 
11 weeks ago
Research | NYU Center for Urban Science and ProgressNYU Center for Urban Science and Progress
The principal scope of CUSP’s research is urban informatics — the acquisition, integration, and analysis of data to understand and improve urban systems and quality of life.
cusp  urbanscienceconvening  nyu  overview 
11 weeks ago
StreetCred connects your civic actions to ongoing campaigns so the community can achieve big goals together. Designed in partnership with the City of Boston, StreetCred is a game-based civic badging API that is meant to expand the types of civic actions people take using existing tools like Citizens Connect or Foursquare.
urbanscienceconvening  bari  street  cred  citizen  participation  emerson 
11 weeks ago
EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Environment: New policy package to clean up Europe's air
The Commission is responding with new measures to reduce air pollution, adopted today. The clean air policy package updates existing legislation and further reduces harmful emissions from industry, traffic, energy plants and agriculture, with a view to reducing their impact on human health and the environment. Air pollution causes also lost working days, and high healthcare costs, with vulnerable groups such as children, asthmatics and the elderly the worst affected.
airquality  L3  enfield  FCC  futurecities  eu 
january 2014
AWS | Amazon Kinesis
Amazon Kinesis is a fully managed service for real-time processing of streaming data at massive scale. Amazon Kinesis can collect and process hundreds of terabytes of data per hour from hundreds of thousands of sources, allowing you to easily write applications that process information in real-time, from sources such as web site click-streams, marketing and financial information, manufacturing instrumentation and social media, and operational logs and metering data.
amazon  data  hub  iot  platform 
december 2013
EnergyDeck - A powerful platform that helps organisations save energy costs
A powerful, community-based platform that helps organisations save energy costs
data  energy  hub  iot  platform 
december 2013
Feel, Act, Make sense • Sen.se
This is why we have created Open.Sen.se an open platform for all those who want to imagine, prototype and test new Devices, Installations, Scenarios, Applications for this globally interconnected and immersive world. Designers, developers, tinkerers, students, hobbyists, R&D departments, artists, self quantifiers, dataviz maniacs, whatever your skills are, we tried to make Open.Sen.se easy to use and yet powerful for you. Needless to say Open.Sen.se is free.
data  iot  quantifiedself  sensors  platform  hub 
december 2013
draft-jennings-senml-10 - Media Types for Sensor Markup Language (SENML)
In adition to the units in this table, any of the Unified Code for
Units of Measure [UCUM] in case sensitive form (c/s column) can be
prepended by the string "UCUM:" and used in SEML.
distance_interop  units 
december 2013
Mitch Resnick: Let's teach kids to code | Video on TED.com
Coding isn’t just for computer whizzes, says Mitch Resnick of MIT Media Lab -- it’s for everyone. In a fun, demo-filled talk Resnick outlines the benefits of teaching kids to code, so they can do more than just “read” new technologies -- but also create them. (Filmed at TEDxBeaconStreet.)
codeclub  education  programming  kids  mit  scratch 
december 2013
Cleaner Air 4 Schools | Greater London Authority
To reduce the risk of air pollution to London's children the Mayor is working on a programme with London Sustainability Exchange (LSx) to raise awareness of air pollution in and around schools. The Cleaner Air 4 Schools programme aims to educate school communities about what they can do to reduce their impact and to protect themselves from the health risks caused by pollution.
airquality  L3  london  distance  GLA 
november 2013
How polluted is my school?
Research by the Campaign for Clean Air found that 1,148 schools in London are within 150 metres of roads carrying 10,000 or more vehicles per day, and a total of 2,270 schools are within 400 metres of such roads.
airquality  london  L3  distance  schools 
november 2013
ClearfLo Project
The ClearfLo (Clean Air for London) Project is a collaborative scientific project involving several academic institutions in the UK, to set up air pollution monitoring sites alongside meteorological measurements to investigate boundary layer pollution across London.
l3  airquality  london  clearflo  particulates 
november 2013
Data-Driven Innovation | Urban Opus
This is the objective of Urban Opus in Metro Vancouver.  While there are many well-funded ‘smart city’ projects in leading cities globally, Urban Opus is the first in Canada, and the first anywhere to adopt an exclusive focus on people, communities and the urban experience.  Our collaborative innovation methodology, project portfolio and ‘trusted data brokerage’ business model raise the potential of the entire region for distinctive urban innovation.
smartcities  labs  ICRI 
november 2013
Safecast is a global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements to empower people with data about their environments.
crowdsourcing  japan  nuclear  sensor  datastreams  hub  platform 
november 2013
Stride » Information Hub
This project, delivered by a consortium of world class partners, will create an IoT Cluster for Smart Transport, initially focussed on the East of England. It will provide a critical mass of diverse transport data including historical and real-time data collected from sensors.
november 2013
EyeHub | Safety & Security with the Internet of Things
We are focusing on applications to enhance the safety and security of people and places - Guildford - Surrey Uni
november 2013
OpenIoT aims to aggregate data from 3 existing, vertically integrated data silos. These are AlertMe, Enlight and IntelliSense.io. Two of these have existing APIs, although not both are publicly accessible.
november 2013
hypercat - 1248 Wiki
HyperCat is a lightweight JSON-based hypermedia catalogue format for exposing collections of URIs. Each HyperCat catalogue may expose any number of URIs, each with any number of RDF-like triple statements about it. HyperCat is simple to work with and allows developers to publish linked-data descriptions of resources.
distance_interop  hypercat 
november 2013
I-Move Aimes Grid Services - traffic, weather
november 2013
welcome | IoTBay
IoT Bay portal - Westminster - street lights, smart meters, eco manager
november 2013
Smart Streets Project
portal for IoT Convergence Smart Streets project - traffic, weather
november 2013
Services - Performance Platform - GOV.UK
Services providing detailed performance data to GOV.UK
l3  dashboards  icricities  gov.uk 
november 2013
ViziCities development diary #1: One month in | Rawkes
At the most basic level, ViziCities is about bringing cities to life using the power of the Web. At a slightly more wordy level, it's about creating an interactive 3D city visualisation platform that is beautiful, fun and engaging.
javascript  map  visualization  london 
october 2013
UCL Discovery - VEIV: Celebrating the Engineering Doctorate in Virtual Environments, Imaging & Visualisation at University College London
Founded in 2001, the EngD Centre in VEIV broke new ground for academic and industrial collaboration in doctoral training. Since then the Centre has achieved novel advances through dynamic and creative collaborations with a range of external partners. Innovation in science and engineering continues to be channeled via world- class training and substantial support for enterprise. This volume celebrates over a decade of outstanding research and academic achievement. The portfolio of current and complete projects is a legacy to VEIV’s position at the forefront of collaborative research in graphics, interactions and complex design. VEIV now looks ahead to furthering the advancement and innovation of visual and interactive technologies.
VEIV  ucl  engd 
october 2013
Intel at Maker Faire Rome
On October 3, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich spoke at the first European edition of the Maker Faire in Rome, which is described as the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to innovation, creativity and enterprise. Maker Faires celebrate the "maker" movement and lovers of the "do it yourself" spirit. Intel is a main sponsor of Maker Faire Rome and supports the maker movement because it aligns with the company's long-term support of STEM education and innovation both inside and outside of the classroom.
intel  arduino  galileo  distance  icricities  maker 
october 2013
Imagication | Living life to the full…
via Adrian - great resources for teaching kids IoT
iot  distance  kit  resource  lessonplans 
september 2013
Sounds from the park | On the Record
This volunteer-led project preserves and celebrates the heritage of Speakers’ Corner from 1866, when the Reform League tore down the gates of Hyde Park, to the present day. It is managed by On the Record in partnership with Bishopsgate Institute and has been funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust.
hydepark  crowdsourcing  speakerscorner  chatterbox 
september 2013
Intel Corporation Webcast
Brian annouces quark and intel iot
intel  quark  idf  2013  iot 
september 2013
Monitoring, review and assessment of Enfield’s air quality - Pollution control – air quality - Enfield Council
We currently have two automatic air pollution monitoring stations that monitor for nitrogen dioxide, small particulates (PM10) and sulphur dioxide.

The quality of the data collected is assured and controlled by Environmental Research Group, and the data is available on London Air Quality Network website. The data is used to write government air quality reports and report changes in Enfield's air quality.

Using the data and air quality dispersion modelling, we concluded that Enfield has areas exceeding the objectives for nitrogen dioxide and PM10 at busy roadside locations; for this reason, we declared the entire borough as an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA). We then issued an Action Plan that contains details about how we intend to work towards meeting the air quality objectives.
enfield  l3  airquality 
september 2013
DataStore's First Outing — Londonscape
The DataStore had its first few outings in the last fortnight. In the first instance we set up aspects of the DataStore in the Sackler Centre at the V&A Museum. This was part of the Digital Futures:Urban Open Space alongside NASA and other winning teams from the Urban Prototyping Festival.
london  data  store  londonscape  soda 
september 2013
UDOO - eLinux.org
This page collects information about UDOO www.udoo.org the first ever small sized computer that merges in one single board an ARM cortex-A9 iMX.6 CPU and an Arduino compatible board embedded with a dedicated ARM SAM3X CPU. UDOO project has been funded through Kickstarter, raising $641,614 in sixty days thanks to 4,172 backers.
september 2013
glass bottom float 2
Glass Bottom Float (GBF2) collects data from over a dozen different sensors, processes these data through computers, and then combines subjective opinions and concerns, expressed by people based on bodily experiences formulated in language through interviews, to a situated descriptor of the current conditions of 'being in the water'
L3  distance  water  sensor  citizenscience 
august 2013
Project aims to put the Internet of things into schools | Information Age
According to David Crellin, managing director of ScienceScope, the materials that DISTANCE is developing will help teachers and students to set up sensors, in the classroom or even around the school, visualise and analyse the data, and even integrate with online datasets such as weather patterns and traffic data.
august 2013
Xively Brings the Internet of Things to the Classroom - WSJ.com
Intel is part of DISTANCE, a group of eight organizations that was awarded an GBP800,000 (USD $1.24 million) "Internet of Schools Things" project by the UK Technology Strategy Board. DISTANCE is helping UK schools leverage the IoT to enhance learning and inform the next generation of schools.
august 2013
DISTANCE Launches the Internet of School Things - An International Collaboration Focused on Advancing Education Through New - Bloomberg
The consortium is made up of ScienceScope, Intel, Xively (formerly Cosm),
Explorer HQ, Stakeholder Design, University of Birmingham's Urban Climate
Laboratory, UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, and The Open University
Department of Computing.
august 2013
DISTANCE Launches the Internet of School Things - An International Collaboration Focused on Advancing Education Through New Technology - Yahoo! Finance
The consortium plans to work with the schools on participatory design at the end of the 2013 summer term. Schools piloting the ecosystem will focus on four themes:  transport, energy, weather and health.
august 2013
UK schools pilot new technology project - Computer Business Review
Chad Jones, VP Product Strategy at Xively, said: "While Android and iOS carved a path for almost anyone to participate, many predict the Internet of Things is driving an order-of-magnitude jump in the type of commercial opportunities the economy will generate.
august 2013
Schools in £800,000 Internet of Things business project - ComputerworldUK.com
The school development, led by industry and academic experts, focuses on the Internet of Things concept to develop innovative methods for teachers and students to take a more active role in creating and sharing digital content in schools.
august 2013
Xively Brings the Internet of Things to the Classroom Nasdaq:LOGM
"The Internet of Things is the next big wave of computing. It will touch more aspects of our lives and have a more profound effect on the workforce than we can begin to imagine. Intel is committed to helping today's youth develop the skills they need to capitalize on the IoT and become the innovators of tomorrow," said Duncan Wilson, Principal Investigator, ICRI Cities, Intel.
august 2013
The “Internet of School Things” comes to the UK to teach kids the power of data — Tech News and Analysis
The $1.25 million program, with participants including Intel and Xively, will use sensors and data visualizations to train pupils in the use of emerging technologies and bring other subjects to life.
august 2013
Internet of Things Ecosystem Demonstrator - innovateuk
The Internet of Things Ecosystem Demonstrator is funding 8 business-led projects to deliver and launch ‘Internet of Things clusters’. Each cluster has a clearly defined application scenario and is an ‘open zone’ for experimentation and innovation. This will help industry address issues such as ecosystem development, validating business models, interoperability, data availability, trust and cost.
TSB  distance  IOT  internetofthings 
august 2013
Eight UK schools to take part in 'Internet of Things' pilot - Telegraph
The new £800,0000 education project, funded by the Technology Strategy Board, aims to encourage teachers and students to take a more active role in creating and sharing digital content in schools.
august 2013
Tranquilien - Assistant comfort on board
Tranquilien predictions are updated in real-time using the information provided by travelers. This allows to continuously improve the service and to predict the impact of new events on the network.
ICRI  icricities  tranquil  tube  metro  train  crowdsourcing  opendata 
august 2013
Sense Tecnic Systems
Sense Tecnic is a software company developing technologies for the next big evolution of the Internet – the Internet of Things (IoT). The core to our approach is a web-centric sensing platform called the Web of Things Toolkit (WoTKit) that makes it easy to connect real-world objects to the Internet to sense the real world and to engage end users as ‘participatory sensors’, allowing our customers to offer new and revolutionary services.
distance  icricities  L3  iot  REST 
august 2013
Intel® Teach Program Worldwide
For 12 years, the Intel® Teach Program has helped K–12 teachers around the world integrate technology into classrooms and promote student-centered approaches to engage students in learning and prepare them with critical skills for success in our digital world. Today, more than 10 million teachers trained through Intel Teach in 70 countries are preparing the next generation to learn, lead, and succeed in the global economy.
distance  intel  teacher  resources 
august 2013
Isis Education Centre - The LookOut, Hyde Park London - Royal Parks Foundation
The Isis Education Centre at The LookOut is an idyllic sanctuary in the middle of Hyde Park. People of all ages, abilities and communities can escape the hustle and bustle of the city; learn outside the classroom, connect as a team out of the office or enjoyhealth and wellbeing activities, such as yoga and meditation.
L3  icricities  hydepark  education  distance 
august 2013
▶ Common Sense Mobile Air Quality Sensors at Intel Research - YouTube
Common Sense, a joint project between Intel Research & UC Berkeley, consists of cellular connected mobile air quality sensor devices. They take readings of carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen oxide levels and other chemical air qualities, are monitored in real-time over a cellphone network and mapped. One goal of Intel's is to reduce the size and cost of the sensor components and integrate them into mobile cell phones, thereby creating a robust global air quality measurement network.
distance  hydepark  L3  aqe  airquality 
august 2013
Kunsthofpassage Funnel Wall | Atlas Obscura
via han: When the rain starts to fall, this colorful drain and gutter system attached to the outside of a building in the Neustadt Kunsthofpassage turn into charming musical instruments. The Funnel Wall is one of the strangest and most enjoyable attractions in Dresden's student district in the new town. Designed by Christoph Roßner, Annette Paul, and Andre Tempel who all live in the building. This one of a kind building was inspired by Rube Goldberg Machine and makes an emphasis on the pure orchestra sound of the rain.
distance  rain  rubegoldberg  water 
august 2013
WSBE Orchids, Home
ScienceScope will be working closely with the pupils at Writhlington School on the Royal Society funded project - 'Adventures in plant growth and their environments'. The team have named the project “BioBox”.
Pupils from the Writhlington School Orchid Project, the Manufacturing Club and the Engineering Club will be helping to research, design and manufacture a controlled environment for growing exotic plants.
distance  biobox  orchid  writhlington  sciencescope  sensor 
august 2013
Home - DISTANCE Community
the community where we develop and share all the curriculum materials for the Technology Strategy Board DISTANCE project.
distance  community 
august 2013
What is the OI London? :: Open Institute London
London has plans to develop an OI – an ambitious infrastructure that seeks to offer new opportunities for Open education, enterprise, and everyday life for its citizens.
This could be achieved via a range of shared resources; spaces, tools, and platforms. Which are then put them in a commons, where anyone can access them.
The first instance of the OI is being developed in London, backed by £50m investment from the government. And the institution itself will be shared so that other cities can create their own OI.
open  openinstitute  OI  london 
august 2013
Finalists 2013 Top 250 - Red Bull Illume
awesome examples of data shadows in the SEQUENCE caategory.
distance  datashadows  data  photography  redbull 
august 2013
ARM to bring the Internet of Things to life at its Cambridge Campus
July 25, 2013, Cambridge, UK -- ARM announces work is underway to transform its headquarters into a hub for its partners’ Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. ARM and its partners won £800,000 in a competitive funding call from the Technology Strategy Board, the UK’s innovation agency, to deploy network technology and over 600 connected sensors across its premises in Cambridge. All of these connected sensors are controlled by smart ARM-technology based chips. The project will provide information and finer grained control of the site and its 75 car park lights, 40 meeting rooms, heating and water management systems. The company believes that making connected assets across the ARM campus work together will demonstrate tangible business benefits and help it achieve a reduction in energy use. Based on open internet standards and designed to help application developers mobilize connected assets of all kinds, the API specification will be made public to achieve broader deployment and to benefit businesses and individuals around the world.
icricities  tsb  distance  ARM  press 
august 2013
Campus Party Europe in London 2013 - About Campus Party
Campus Party is an annual week long, 24-hours-a-day technology festival where thousands of “Campuseros” (hackers, developers, gamers and technophiles) equipped with laptops camp on-site and immerse themselves in a truly unique environment.

Recognized as the biggest electronic entertainment event in the world, Campus Party unites the brightest young minds in technology and science under the idea that “the Internet is not a network of computers, it’s a network of people.”

The festival features over 500 hours of talks, debates, workshops, competitions and hackathons related to science, innovation, digital entertainment and creativity as well as hundreds of hours of ad-hoc events planned by participants that continue throughout the night.
campus  campusparty  o2  telefonica  conference 
july 2013
Urban Observatory
The focus of the Urban Observatory is on the people who live in cities, the work they do there, the movement made possible through transportation networks, the public facilities needed to run the city, and the natural systems which are impacted by the city's footprint. If you are a city with datasets in any of these categories, we urge you to contribute it to the project. See the Participation Guide<http://www.urbanobservatory.org/pdfs/uo_participation-guide.pdf> [PDF] for more information.
icricities  cities  data  maps  urbanobservatory  esri 
july 2013
Observing London | Publications | London Climate Change Partnership
London has a surprising amount of weather data – about 260 stations that measure some aspect of London’s atmosphere, including rainfall, temperature and air quality. These are operated by a wide range of organisations and individual volunteers, however, there is a general consensus that:

the data are not available at a high enough density across the city
many users cannot take full advantage of the data collected because they are not discoverable nor available in quality controlled, easily accessible formats online
Observing London makes the case that we could and should harness this wealth of information, most notably through the creation of a focused weather portal for London.
icricities  london  livinglab  weather  climatechange 
july 2013
About | Boston Complete Streets
Led by the Boston Transportation Department, key city agencies have been meeting with some of the country's most innovative practitioners in an unprecedented collaboration to develop new street design guidelines and implement projects informed with the new Complete Streets approach.
icricities  boston  transport  street 
july 2013
Wildlife Acoustics - Song Meter SM2+ Birds
The bioacoustics monitoring system that started it all, the Song Meter SM2+ is a multi-purpose, weatherproof, terrestrial recording system. Used worldwide and backed by a full line of innovative options, accessories, and ground-breaking software, the SM2+ is a time-tested and field-proven bioacoustics recording solution.  The Song Meter is unique among recorders.  It is the only one of its kind that features a configurable amplifier that enables you to simultaneously record any combination of birds, frogs and marine life.  The Song Meter will support a variety of input sources, from in-house-designed acoustic and ultrasonic microphones to specially selected hydrophones.
livinglab  hydepark  acoustic 
july 2013
How data can bring schools together | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional
If schools are really going to crack the issue of chronic educational underachievement among traditionally disadvantaged groups of pupils, they need reliable data on the scale and varied nature of their attainment gap, and how they compare to other schools in a similar context. This will allow them to learn from other schools about how to improve.
icricities  distance  schools  data  guardian 
july 2013
OU research can deliver ‘revolution’ in teaching computing in schools | Platform | Open University
The OU researchers are reaching out to new generations of young IT enthusiasts and their teachers by presenting its novel software and hardware at Digital Summer Camp, the biggest digital learning event in the UK this summer.
icricities  schools  distance  OU 
july 2013
solutions for cities
solutions for cities report from TSB by Arup on a review of the 30 future cities proposals.
tsb  icricities  arup  futurecities 
july 2013
Vision 2020 | Greater London Authority
The Mayor’s 2020 Vision presents London as a city that looks outwards to the world and the future with growing confidence. It sets a broad course that communicates our readiness and ambition, and our city’s ability to meet the connected challenges of rapid population growth and economic success.
GLA  mayor  vision  london  icricities 
july 2013
Future Cities Special Interest Group - innovateuk
The thirty councils will receive £50,000 each from the government's innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board (www.innovateuk.org) to complete feasibility studies showing how they could integrate their transport, communications and other infrastructure to improve the local economy, increase quality of life and reduce impact on the environment.
tsb  competition  future  cities  icricities 
july 2013
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