This is an interview for IBM’s SpacePod podcast series, discussing the impact of data and technology on spatial intelligence, with thoughts about the effect the current COVID-19 pandemic is having on our relationship with space.
Talk delivered at The Things Conference. Discussing the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful ways in which data traces from digitised physical interactions can be converted into actionable insights…
As governments and city administrations grant permission to test automated and connected vehicles on urban roads, a future of self-driving cars looks increasingly likely. What impact might it have on human behaviour? Read More
In the coming years most of us will be carrying or wearing smart technology. How to manage the digital trails we emit in everyday interactions? We need solutions that can protect both our identity and our right to anonymity Read More
What are the challenges facing large cities over the next 50 years, how will cities becomes ‘smarter’, what risks do digital technologies introduce, and will a global parliament of mayors help or hinder?
Use of the phrase ‘Smart City’ has been dominated by technology companies designing city-wide systems with embedded sensors capturing and adapting to real-time feedback. But what really makes a city smart?
Whilst wearables and watches continue to be hyped in the news but have yet to enthral in reality, a wearable with far more value has been field tested – using sound to help the visually-impaired to navigate cities