Reclaiming the streets: a vision of a happier, healthier Mumbai


Source: The Guardian 24 November 2014
Reclaiming the streets: a vision of a happier, healthier Mumbai

India’s commercial capital is one of the most crowded cities in Asia, but now, through a new community initiative, no cars are allowed.

#IBMTryTracker Q&A: All the questions and answers


Source: Smarter Trends 21 November 2014
#IBMTryTracker Q&A: All the questions and answers

On Wednesday 19th November @ 11am Smarter Trends hosted a live Twitter Q&A based on analytics in sport and its applications in the business world.

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IBM puts Smarter Buildings research into practice


Source: IBM 21 November 2014
IBM puts Smarter Buildings research into practice

Smart is...Optimising energy and water usage and enhancing the working environment for IBM researchers by analysing data from thousands of sensors...

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China’s clean air challenge: The health impacts of transport emissions


Source: The City Fix 21 November 2014
China’s clean air challenge: The health impacts of transport emissions

Air quality is one of many tragic social and environmental issues China has faced during its rapid urbanization and motorization.

Futuristic vehicle modified to travel on Mexico's abandoned railways (Video)


Source: TreeHugger 20 November 2014
Futuristic vehicle modified to travel on Mexico's abandoned railways (Video)

Travelling by train can potentially change lives, as popular culture and history has shown time and time again...

UK's first 'number two' bio-bus takes to the road powered entirely by human and food waste


Source: ITV News 20 November 2014
UK's first 'number two' bio-bus takes to the road powered entirely by human and food waste

The UK's first "number two" bus is to hit the road powered entirely by human and food waste and can travel up to 186 miles on one tank of gas.

Five Reasons to be Optimistic About Sustainable Urban Mobility


Source: SustainableCities 19 November 2014
Five Reasons to be Optimistic About Sustainable Urban Mobility

According to the United Nations World Urbanization Prospects, cities will add over 2.5 billion people in the next 40 years.

Sustainable Cities Conference Bridges Cultures, Demonstrates Shared Experiences on Public Spaces


Source: SustainableCities 19 November 2014
Sustainable Cities Conference Bridges Cultures, Demonstrates Shared Experiences on Public Spaces

The challenges of traffic congestion, civic engagement and shrinking public spaces are key themes for cities in the Middle East and North Africa.

Game, set, match, tweet


Source: IBM 19 November 2014
Game, set, match, tweet

In the summer of 2013, Britain’s Andy Murray won the gentlemen’s singles title at Wimbledon, the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament.

TryTracker: rugby data analysis


Source: The Telegraph 19 November 2014
TryTracker: rugby data analysis

Sports data analysis is important for players, coaches and fans alike. Here you can find detailed rugby previews and reviews, plus stats.

Good game: data collection for the RFU


Source: The Telegraph 19 November 2014
Good game: data collection for the RFU

Sam Seddon describes the importance of data collection and analysis – and IBM TryTracker's role in that – for the RFU.

IBM Serves Up an Ace Fan Experience with Innovative Technology at The Championships, Wimbledon 2014


Source: IBM 18 November 2014
IBM Serves Up an Ace Fan Experience with Innovative Technology at The Championships, Wimbledon 2014

IBM is marking its 25 year partnership with The Championships, Wimbledon, by bringing tennis fans even closer to the prestigious event.

Can you predict what your customers will do next?


Source: IBM 18 November 2014
Can you predict what your customers will do next?

Businesses are under increasing pressure to meet heightened customer expectations in this digital age.

Big data analytics keeps Dublin moving


Source: The Telegraph 18 November 2014
Big data analytics keeps Dublin moving

Dublin City Council is involved in a research partnership with IBM, through the latter’s Smarter Cities programme.

Boris is set to leave Londoners a polluted city built for cars


Source: MayorWatch 18 November 2014
Boris is set to leave Londoners a polluted city built for cars

Boris Johnson is set to leave Londoners a legacy of expensive, polluting roads which put cars ahead of public transport according a new report.

Michael Nicholson named as third speaker at #IBMTryTracker Twitter Q&A


Source: IBM 18 November 2014 Daily digest
Michael Nicholson named as third speaker at #IBMTryTracker Twitter Q&A

Advanced analytics consultant Michael Nicholson will be joining Sam Seddon and Alex Phillips at IBM's upcoming live Twitter Q&A.

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Silent electric cars let sleeping dogs lie


Source: BusinessGreen 18 November 2014
Silent electric cars let sleeping dogs lie

A dog day-care centre in Scotland has found its new all-electric van does not only save money and emissions, it also helps previously noisy dogs relax

Upending Urbanism: How New Postgraduate Programs are Revolutionizing the Way We Create Cities


Source: This Big City 18 November 2014
Upending Urbanism: How New Postgraduate Programs are Revolutionizing the Way We Create Cities

Today’s realm of urban possibilities has never been so expansive and the postgraduate options for students have expanded similarly.

Toyota unveils fuel cell powered Mirai


Source: BusinessGreen 18 November 2014
Toyota unveils fuel cell powered Mirai

Toyota has confirmed its first mass-produced hydrogen-powered sedan car will be branded as the Mirai when it goes on sale next year.

#IBMTryTracker Twitter Q&A Weds 19th Nov at 11am - save the date


Source: IBM 17 November 2014 Daily digest
#IBMTryTracker Twitter Q&A Weds 19th Nov at 11am - save the date

Smarter Trends will be running a live Twitter Q&A session on Wednesday 19th November at 11am gmt under the hashtag #IBMTryTracker

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How Suburban Sprawl, Inadequate Transit Worsen Unemployment


Source: SustainableCities 17 November 2014
How Suburban Sprawl, Inadequate Transit Worsen Unemployment

Recently laid-off workers who live far from job centers take longer to find replacement employment than residents of more convenient neighborhoods.

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